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FEATURE2 June 2014

Crime story

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Brian Tarran meets David Canter, a founding father of investigative psychology, who went from studying biscuit purchases to helping police catch murderers and rapists.

David Canter always wanted to be a psychologist – but when the police knocked on his door in the mid-1980s, asking for his help to catch a killer, it marked a turning point in his career.

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