Female criminal profilers are often depicted in crime tv shows, factual docudramas and movies, such as "Law And Order," "Deadly Women" and "Profile For Murder."
The following is a list of real-life female criminal profilers
Worked as an FBI criminal profiler in San Francisco. She currently appears on Investigation Discovery's "Deadly Women" and "Facing Evil." Her notable cases include: The Unabomber case, the Chicago Tylenol case and the case of a young girl who was kidnapped in San Francisco.
Works independently as a criminal profiler at the Pat Brown Criminal Profiling Agency. She details her cases in her book "The Profiler: My Life Hunting Serial Killers and Psychopaths."
According to an article by Jacob Fenston, Russo "was one of the first female" FBI criminal profilers. She retired in 2013 after almost 30 years.
Hinman is a female criminal profiler for the FBI. She also has experience as a homicide investigator, according to TRUTV.com. She is famous for her work profling the Ted Bundy case and the Aileen Wournos case. She appears in the show "Body Of Evidence: From The Case files of Dayle Hinman."