Pat Brown

Gender: Female



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Pat Brown is an American criminal profiler, television commentator, author, and founder and CEO of The Sexual Homicide Exchange (SHE) and The Pat Brown Criminal Profiling Agency.

Pat has provided crime commentary, and profiling and forensic analysis in over one thousand television and radio appearances in the United States and across the globe.

She can be seen regularly on the cable television news programs MSNBC, CNN and FOX, and is a frequent guest of Nancy Grace, America’s Most Wanted, and The Montel Williams Show.

For four seasons, she profiled crimes on the crime show, I, Detective. She was also the host of the 2004 Discovery Channel documentary, The Mysterious Death of Cleopatra.

In the spring of 2006, Pat went inside one of Florida’s maximum-security prisons to interview a child murderer for the Discovery Channel series, Evil Minds.

She is the author of Killing for Sport: Inside the Minds of Serial Killers (2003), and a contract writer for Crime Library.

Pat contributed special feature content included in the 2005 home DVD edition of Profiler: Season Two and the 15th Anniversary Edition, 2006 DVD release of Quentin Tarantino’s crime classic, Reservoir Dogs.

Through The Sexual Homicide Exchange, Pat has developed CAPTURE (Coalition for Apprehending Predators Through Utilizing Resources Effectively), a serial homicide investigation methodology and training program for law enforcement.

Since 1996, SHE has offered profiling and investigative services at no charge to law enforcement. The Pat Brown Criminal Profiling Agency provides crime scene analysis and behavioural profiling to prosecutors, defence attorneys, media and international clients.

Pat Brown holds a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice from Boston University.

Television Roles



Criminal Profiler - Herself

Criminal Profiler - Herself

Criminal Profiler - Herself

Criminal Profiler - Herself


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