Specializing in the Evaluation and Analysis of Unresolved Deaths and Missing Persons Cases

During the period 1980-2014 the United States accumulated over 230,355 unresolved murders. This is based on the most recent research conducted by Dr, Adcock that concluded in March 2016.  It can be verified by reviewing the data as found on the Murder Accountability Project, which in fact reflects higher numbers.  As of 2004 the United States also had approximately 14,000 unidentified sets of human remains, many of which could be homicides, further increasing our total number of unresolved cases. In October 2010 we published our book "Cold Cases: An Evaluation Model with Follow-up Strategies for Investigators" through CRC Press.  The second edition was published in 2014.  This book provides an evidence based model for evaluating cold cases and then outlines follow-up strategies for the investigators.

In 2006, approximately 836,131 persons were listed as missing, many of which were runaways who were not the victim of violence or a criminal act. However, families and loved ones of both missing persons and homicide victims are left with little or no answers as to what happened and why while law enforcement, inspite of their valiant efforts, are no closer to resolving the situation.

Our firm has the background and knowledge to help you through all this by providing specialized expertise that will assist you and the investigative agencies involved.

Please review our philosophy and services pages for more details about The CRUC. Then visit our consultants page for up to date information and the qualifications of our experts.

Whether your just curious about us, have a situation you need to talk about or need assistance with an investigation, please feel free to contact us. We will respond to all inquiries.


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Death Investigations, The 2nd Edition

By, James M. Adcock, PhD and Arthur S. Chancellor
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Cold Cases: Evaluation Models with Follow-up Strategies for Investigators (Advances in Police Theory and Practice).  Written by Dr. Adcock and Dr. Stein; Second Edition September 2014