After graduating top in his class from the police academy, the FBI handpicked Peter Klismet to be one of the FIRST psychological profilers in the country. He received a bachelors and then a masters degree in criminal justice and then received second masters degree in public administration. He’s been interviewed by the top news agencies and has published several books based on his wild experiences. After meeting him at a writer’s conference, I hit him up for an interview on the Wild Side Podcast.
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Pete is giving away three copies of his international best selling book, FBI Diary: Profiles of Evil. Leave a comment and win a signed copy!
Pete is the director at Criminal Profiling Associates. He’s also a national award-winning author of the international best seller, FBI Diary: Profiles of Evil (Published in Australia, New Zealand, and Asia); FBI Diary: Home Grown Terror; and FBI Animal House (currently out of print.) You can find his books here.
He’s been a Consultant and Commentator for FOX News, CNN, MSNBC, Canadian National TV (CTV), Canadian Broadcasting Corp. (CBC), Beijing News, Chengdu (China) Economic Daily, Beijing Mirror Evening, Romanian National Police, China National TV, Romanian National TV, Denver TV 9 and 7, KKTV & KRDO (Colo. Springs).
He’s a member of Public Safety Writers of America, Cold Case Investigators of America and Rotary International.
So what is profiling exactly? How do you become an FBI profiler and what does it take?
In the podcast, Pete takes us through profiling and what it was like to be handpicked to become an elite group of the very first profilers. He tells us about his toughest case and one of the worst injustices in the nation and explains why profiling is an accurate and dependable assessment of character critical in murder investigations.
He also shares some funny stories. One includes meeting a vampire!
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What would you ask Pete? Would you be interested in learning how to profile?
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