Unstructured Podcast – Episode 157 – Love, Bombs, and Molesters with FBI Agent Kenneth Lanning
Kenneth Lanning is currently working as a specialized consultant in the area of crimes against children. He was a Special Agent with the FBI for more than 30 years, before retiring in 2000. Kenneth Lanning was assigned to the FBI Behavioral Science Unit and the National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia for 20 of those years. This is longer than any other agent doing behavioral analysis. He is a founding member of the Board of Directors of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC). Kenneth Lanning is a former member of the APSAC Advisory Board and a former member of the Advisory Board of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA).
In 1990 Kenneth was the recipient of the Jefferson Award for Research from the University of Virginia. Followed by being a 1996 recipient of the Outstanding Professional Award from APSAC and 1997 recipient of the FBI Director’s Annual Award for Special Achievement for his career accomplishments in connection with missing and exploited children. Kenneth Lanning is a recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award for Outstanding Service from the National Children's Advocacy Center.
He has also testified on seven occasions before the U.S. Congress and served as an expert witness in state and federal court. Mr. Lanning has authored numerous publications and consulted on thousands of cases involving the sexual victimization of children. He has lectured before and trained tens of thousands of law enforcement officers, prosecutors, social workers, mental health and medical personnel, judges, and other professionals.
New Episode! FBI Agent Ken Lanning worked w/ @MindhuntersInc and specialized in crimes against children. Seen here as Hannibal at John Douglas' retirement.https://t.co/do3NjVqqHC#UnstructuredPod #Dynamic #Informal #Conversations hosted by @hunleyeric #PodernFamily @podbeancom pic.twitter.com/vQcSnrlNUG
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