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Unsolved and Cold Cases

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    Cold Case Investigations
    Founded by Sheryl McCollum in 2004, the CCIRI has since evolved into a nationwide network of over 600 forensic professionals and 5,000 student volunteers. On average each student and experts spends over 780 hours working on cases. That means since 2004 more than 4,000,00 hours have been donated to helping victims of crime. Each year, the Institute selects a new cold cases to research. Their investigations include the 1946 slaying of four Georgia sharecroppers, the Boston Strangler, Chandra Levy, the 1996 assassination of Tupac Shakur, and the 1989 unsolved death of Kaitlyn Arquette, which was chronicled by Kaitlyn’s mother Lois Duncan in the moving true crime memoir, Who Killed My Daughter?


    The whole concept of the organization started when Sheryl McCollum came up with a learning model that got students working on real life cases. The program was so well-received that it really took off and gained the following and support of more and more students and even seasoned experts in criminal justice, forensics, law, ballistics, and other areas soon began to volunteer their time and expertise to help the group's cause.
    As a purely volunteer organization, every member of Cold Case Investigative Research Institute is truly committed to helping solve cold case crimes in any way they can. Members devote their time, effort, knowledge and skills to contribute towards solving heinous crimes like kidnapping, murder, homicide, and others. We have also launched our Wine Bottle Project, where we put pictures of victims on wine bottles to help create awareness and hopefully get new leads and information that can help solve these cases.


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