All posts filed under: Sheryl McCollum

Shattered Lives Radio, Donna R. Gore, LadyJustice

Shattered Lives: Dr. Cindy Hatfield Inside the Mind of Criminals

Shattered Lives Radio host, Donna R. Gore, continues interviews with experts who work with the Cold Case Investigative Research Institute (CCIRI). She welcomes renown criminal profiler, Dr. Cindy Hatfield to talk about what goes on in the mind of a criminal. Using her expertise and knowledge, Hatfield has consulted on several high-profile crimes and is able to is able to analyze a crime scene and give a detailed description of the criminal’s probable behaviors, habits, appearance, psychological make up,  and if they are a danger to others or themselves. Not only has Dr. Hatfield worked with investigators on high-profile crimes, but she has worked with federal corrections, undercover, with juvenile gangs, and of course, with CCIRI Executive Director, Sheryl McCollum and her students offering her expert opinion on cold cases. Tune in for the conversation about crime, profiling, and the upcoming “From the Scene of the Crime” teaching tour with experts and students affiliated with CCIRI. Shattered Lives: Dr. Cindy Hatfield Inside the Mind of Criminals

CCIRI national teaching tour, From the Scene of the Crime

Shattered Lives: Attorney Holly Hughes and Sheryl McCollum, “From the Scene of the Crime”

Preparing to travel across America for the first national “From the Scene of the Crime” teaching tour, Cold Case Investigative Research Institute (CCIRI) will be visiting several actual crime scenes with experts and students. One of the experts who works closely with CCIRI founder, Sheryl McCollum, Attorney Holly Hughes, joins the show to talk about the upcoming tour and give listeners information about the stops and what is expected along the way. Holly Hughes served as a Senior Assistant District Attorney with the Fulton County District Attorney’s office in Atlanta, GA where she prosecuted high-profile cases, and currently is in private practice in Atlanta. She’s a well-known fixture on HLN and CNN appearing with Nancy Grace, Don Lemon, and other news networks as a legal analyst. Hughes uses her legal expertise as a teaching tool for students involved in the ever-expanding network of volunteers at CCIRI and was an instructor at the recent CUE Center for Missing Persons national conference. Cold Case Investigative Research Institute is a partnership of several public, private and for-profit universities that gives students …

Sheryl McCollum, Cold Case Investigative Research Institute, Shattered Lives

Shattered Lives: Sheryl McCollum Returns!

    Appearing on Shattered Lives Radio in October, 2014, Sheryl McCollum shared information about the levels of expertise used when students investigate cold cases under her direction. Colleges across the country combine to utilize the talents of experts in all fields of investigative research to shed new light on cases which have not been active.  Sheryl indicated several new things were coming down the pipeline that she could not talk about at the time. NOW is the time and she will be making some breaking announcements on this week’s Shattered Lives Radio. Combining the forces of law enforcement, well-known forensic experts, and college students the Cold Case Investigative Research Institute (CCIRI) has investigated several high-profile crimes including Natalee Holloway, Chanda Levy, The Boston Strangler, and Tupac Shakur. Founded by Sheryl McCollum 10 years ago, the CCIRI is a partnership that brings together researchers, practitioners, and the criminal justice community to develop new capabilities and work collectively to advance research, training and techniques in solving cold cases. The objectives of CCIRI are to provide the means, resources and guidance for …

Sheryl McCollum, ImaginePublicity

Crime Wire: Let’s Hear it for the GIRLS! Sheryl McCollum joins Guest Hosts, Kim Kolton and Delilah Jones

You can hear Crime Wire Investigates Tuesdays at 7 p.m. Eastern. Please visit our Crime Wire Website for more discussion in the Forum section. Together we can make a difference. To LISTEN LIVE or to the Podcast:   CLICK HERE The boys, Crime Wire Hosts Dennis Griffin and Peter Hyatt, have the night off so the show tonight will be filled with all things female! Guest hosts, Kim Kolton, Crime Wire Research Director and Delilah Jones of ImaginePublicity welcome one special lady to the show, Sheryl McCollum, Director of the Cold Case Investigative Research Institute and seen regularly on Nancy Grace, she always has something interesting to say, in true Sheryl style! Sheryl McCollum is well known for her expertise in teaching students cold case investigative procedures. Along with other experts in the field, they have worked on several high-profile cases including Chandra Levy, Tu Pac Shakur, Natalee Holloway, and Amber Hagerman. Currently they are looking into the 1981 unsolved murder of Effie Hall, a single mother and college student from Atlanta. Do you think that women aren’t capable of doing bad …

Crime Wire Examines 31 Year Old Cold Case with Sheryl McCollum and Donna Pendergast

You can hear Crime Wire Investigates beginning at 9 p.m. Eastern. Please visit our Crime Wire Website. Together we can make a difference. LISTEN LIVE:http://www.blogtalkradio.com/insidelenz Dennis Griffin and Guest Co-Host, Donna Pendergast, will talk with Sheryl McCollum, Director of the Cold Case Investigative Research Institute about the 1981 unsolved murder of Effie Hall in Atlanta. Little details are known about the case, but McCollum, with the assistance of her students, are trying to piece together every bit of evidence available to help the family of Effie Hall find justice. Effie Hall was a single mother and college student at Clark Atlanta University and was murdered on January 20, 1981. It’s said she was found by a roommate with a gunshot wound to the chest which exited from the back. At the time of her murder, Effie is reported to have had several roommates, however, only 2 of the roommate names are known at this time. One of her roommates had tried unsuccessfully to reach her by phone, returned to the apartment and found Effie Hall dead on the …