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Candice Delong

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A twenty-year veteran of the FBI, Candice DeLong was its Head Profiler in San Francisco, helping to track "pattern criminal," such as serial rapists and murderers, with state and local law enforcement agencies and serving as the liaison to the Bureau's world-famous Behavioral Science Unit at Quantico.  As a member of the former Child Abduction Task Force, she lectured widely to lay, university, and professional law enforcement groups as an FBI spokesperson on such issues as protecting women and children and preventing child abuse.


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A twenty-year veteran of the FBI, Candice DeLong was its Head Profiler in San Francisco, helping to track "pattern criminal," such as serial rapists and murderers, with state and local law enforcement agencies and serving as the liaison to the Bureau's world-famous Behavioral Science Unit at Quantico.  As a member of the former Child Abduction Task Force, she lectured widely to lay, university, and professional law enforcement groups as an FBI spokesperson on such issues as protecting women and children and preventing child abuse.


From the Cassette edition.
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  • Special Agent

    Special Agent
    A twenty-year veteran of the FBI, Candice DeLong worked on some of the toughest hig-stakes criminal investigations of our time. As a field profiler, DeLong collected evidence at the scene of the crime to creat a specific portrait of criminals via behavioral patterns, character traits, background, etc. Special Agent is her remarkable personal story-- of drama and danger on the front lines of law enforcement, of the art and science of criminal profiling, and of the challenge of maintaining courage, wise-cracking humor, and grace under fire. Candice DeLong tailed terrorists and helped track the notorious Tylenol killer; she was one of three agents hand-picked to mastermind the Montana manhunt for the Unabomber; and she went undercover for major stings, sometimes in such exotic roles as a gangster's moll, and as a madam of a call-girl ringdubbed the "Candy Store." As Profiling Coordinator, she was Chicago's and until her recent retirement, San Francisco's link to the Bureau's legendary Behavioral Science Unit, spearheading investigations into the most recondite serial murders and sex crimes. Packed with fascinating details about her job,Special Agent reveals what life is like for a woman and for an agent on the front lines.

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