Former criminal investigator and chief
Mike King's contribution to law enforcement has spanned more than four decades and his expertise in the investigation of violent crime is world-renowned.
In his home state of Utah, King retired from public safety after a distinguished career in law enforcement which included serving as Chief of Staff to the Utah Attorney General. King continues to provide behavioral assessments in unsolved serial crimes through the Cold Case Foundation.
Globally, King has worked with law enforcement leaders across every continent of the world on unsolved criminal cases and the implementation of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) into daily policing workflows.
He is a renowned leader in organising and developing multi-agency, multi-disciplinary task forces, fusion, intelligence and real-time crime centres at all levels of government. Along with this, King is a 7-time published author, podcast host and has appeared in a number of award-winning documentaries on the Discovery Channel, A&E and others. He has also appeared on Under Investigation, CourtTV and the Dr. Phil Show.
Listen to the award-winning Mapping Evil with Mike King podcast
In under a minute, Mike King, law enforcement expert, shares his insights into the power of GIS technology.
Mike King joined Channel Nine's Liz Hayes and a panel of Australian law enforcement experts to map and examine the infamous case of Mr Cruel using GIS technology.
A victim's neighbour and childhood friend, who has never told her story publicly before, speaks out about a potential Mr. Cruel sighting.
Mapping Evil host Mike King joined the Under Investigation panel to examine the case of Mr Cruel, uncovering new connections using Esri's Geographic Information System (GIS) technology.
In a special case update, Mike and Tory examine how the sad story of a missing Colorado mum morphed into a high-stakes, circumstantial murder trial plagued by rumour and innuendo.
Mike reveals his candid interviews with a convicted killer as he and Tory revisit the case of the Lafferty brothers - a disturbing story of religious fanaticism and ritualistic murder.
Channel Nine's Weekend Today goes behind-the-scenes of the 3-year investigation and ultimate take-down of the Zion Society cult with investigator, Mike King.
Crime Stoppers Australia shares how parents and children can reduce their risk and stay safe from predators - with advice from criminal investigator and creator of the Mapping Evil podcast - Mike King.
In this preview of Directions with Stan Grant, Mike King shares his leadership lessons - from teaching top cops the art of criminal profiling, to bringing cutting-edge technology into investigation war rooms.
In the final episode of the season, Mike and Tory take a closer look at the inexplicable murders of 7-week-old Ian Wing in the US and 21-year-old Betty Shanks in Brisbane.
Watch Mike King's interview with CourtTV in the wake of Barry Morphew's arrest for first degree murder in the case of missing Colorado mother - Suzanne Morphew.
Read more about the case of Mark Wing and other predators that hide in plain sight in Mike King's book.
Hear Mike share his theories on one of Queensland's longest-running cold cases in his interview with News DNA.
In this special episode of Mapping Evil, Tory takes a closer look at the man behind the map - and the defining moments that have shaped his life and career.
Mike and Tory discuss the role of location in ritualistic killings - from the crimes of the US's Lafferty Brothers, to the Australian cold case of Maria James.
Crime mapping technology and geospatial analytics are helping law enforcement leaders solve some of the world's most perplexing and macabre crimes.
Hear Mike's theory on the 2011 cold case disappearance of 13-year-old Melbourne schoolgirl, Bung Siriboon and discover key learnings from the modus operandi of a disturbing US predator.
Join Mike and Tory as they unpack the crimes of two of the most malevolent human beings to ever draw breath: Utah's Blaine Hogge Nelson and Australia's own Boogieman, Mr Cruel.
Mike and Tory take a closer look at the mysterious disappearance of Suzanne Morphew and how lessons learned from the tech-led investigation could unearth new leads in cases like the Beaumont children.
Explore how tech-led investigations can shed new light on the cold case murder of Mima McKim-Hill.
Hear Mike and Tory unpack a jailhouse interview with a cunning serial murderer of at least 13 elderly women and listen as they delve into the North Shore hunting ground of Australia's own Granny Killer - John Wayne Glover.
Mike and Tory take a closer look at the devious and disturbing crimes of the 'Real Estate Rapist' and retrace the likely steps of the killer in Central Queensland's oldest cold case.
Watch Mike King and Intel Analyst Natalie Feuerstein break down Ben Robert Rhoades' trucking data using geospatial technology.
Hear Mike King and cult exit therapy expert Joe Szimhart discuss how to escape a cult.
Go inside Mike King's investigation and ultimate takedown of the Zion Society - and uncover the eerie similarities with other notorious cults, including NXIVM and Australia's own 'The Family'.
Mapping Evil's Mike King joined Sunrise to discuss how Australian law enforcement can use geospatial technology combined with criminal profiling tactics to gain new insight into unsolved cases.
Peel back the layers of one of America's most infamous serial killers and discover how clues from the case could unravel the mystery behind Australia's own highway of death.
Criminal profiler Mike King explains how mapping tech can shed new light on cold case investigations.
Take a journey into the minds of predators and the lives of those tasked with bringing them to justice. Hosted by Tory Shepherd, Mapping Evil explores the geography of crime with cold case specialist Mike King.
Read Mike's latest book detailing his 1991 investigation and ultimate take-down of a deviant, polygamous cult called the Zion Society.
Presenter: Mike King
International law enforcement veteran, Mike King, discusses innovative ways of GIS data management and the technology available to help improve emergency response services and save lives.