Mona Gable, author of 'Searching for Savanna,' spoke with us about LaFontaine-Greywind's murder, and how it sparked progress in ensuring justice for missing and murdered Native American women and girls.
Retired investigator Joe Kennedy established a coalition of active and retired investigators who help police departments in the U.S. solve cold cases. A&E True Crime spoke with Kennedy about how advances in DNA analysis have revolutionized such investigations.
For nearly two decades, Chicago faced a curious rise in the number of unsolved murders against women involving strangulation—all in certain areas of the city. We take a look at one of the unsolved cases and what police are doing to solve the string of murders.
Known for her empathetic approach with the public, officer Jill Marshall was first drawn to law enforcement in high school, and has never second guessed that path. She spoke with us about how she got started, lessons she's learned on the job with the Warwick Police Department and the real story behind her dog's name.
To mark Live PD's 200th episode, A&E True Crime asked you, the Live PD Nation, what you're just dying to know about host Dan Abrams and analysts Tom Morris Jr. and Sgt. Sean 'Sticks' Larkin. From ride-alongs, to tattoos, to what it is that makes Live PD so special, we asked all three of them some of your best questions.