Mary Turner DePalma

Professor, Psychology

Retired FBI Agent
Gregg O. McCrary '67
March 1st, 2004

Mr. McCrary entered on duty as a Special Agent with the FBI in 1969. At the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia, Agent McCrary analyzed crimes and crime scenes, constructed behavioral profiles of unknown offenders and provided threat analysis and dangerousness assessments. He conducted research regarding violent offenders and their crimes and continues to provide training in these matters throughout the world.

He has provided expert witness testimony in homicide and rape trials in North America and Europe and has testified before Select Senate Committees on Sexual Violence in New York State and Massachusetts. He has consulted on thousands of cases throughout North America, Central America, Europe and Asia.

Since retiring from the FBI after 25 years of service, Mr. McCrary has provided expert testimony in civil and criminal litigation both nationally and internationally. He also provides expert commentary to NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN, The Discovery Channel, Larry King Live and Court TV.

Mr. McCrary is widely considered to be among the best behavioral profilers and investigative analysts in the world.

Gregg spoke on March 1st, 2004 to a packed Textor 103 auditorium, in a talk titled:
"FBI Profiling of the Criminal Mind"

This event was sponsored by the:
Office of the Provost
Division of Interdisciplinary & International Studies
School of Humanities & Sciences
School of Music
Office of Public Safety
School of Health Sciences & Human Performance
School of Business
Roy H. Park School of Communications
Office of Alumni Affairs
Department of Sociology,
& the Department of Psychology