The Cold Case Foundation Assists Law Enforcement

June 27, 2022
The Cold Case Foundation, is a free resource for law enforcement when it comes to cases that may be anywhere from recent to decades old.

Utah, June 2022-The Cold Case Foundation, is a free resource for law enforcement when it comes to cases that may be anywhere from recent to decades old. Developed by former FBI Profiler, Greg Cooper, with John Douglas as the first Chairman of the board and current Chairman Emeritus, the Cold Case Foundation brings a versatile group of experts together in one, convenient network. The members of the Cold Case Foundation are spread throughout the country, yet work together in conjunction with law enforcement agencies to provide a fresh look at cold cases.

The mission of the Cold Case Foundation is to be the ultimate resource for homicide, missing person, unidentified bodies, and rape/sexual assault cold cases with serial characteristics. This is accomplished by connecting law enforcement agencies to experts in a variety of disciplines.

This is done through funding, consulting, training, networking, and empowering victims.

The Cold Case Foundation is an international network of professionals and experts representing a wide variety of disciplines. This allows law enforcement agencies who utilize the Cold Case Foundation as a force multiplier. The net result is that law enforcement agencies will have even more resources available, that in turn, may help solve cases that have been cold and have not had any answers for years.

The Cold Case Foundation supports law enforcement in resolving cases,” said Greg Cooper, Executive Director, of the Cold Case Foundation. Our only involvement is the role that law enforcement requests of us.”  Cooper said the foundation provides law enforcement agencies a great advantage by providing free resources and a neutral voice on cases that have gone cold.

The Cold Case Foundation provides other resources too such as their interactive site Cold Case Live which features podcasts, articles, and webinars to those who are part of it. There is a subscription cost for Cold Case Live but at just a few dollars a month, it is budget friendly. The foundation is also putting together a training academy. These activities help underwrite the cost of administration. However, the actual consulting services the Cold Case Foundation supplies are free. They currently boast a 100% pass through on donations; meaning every dollar donated goes to work on actual cases. The vast knowledge and varying expertise within the members make this an excellent, resource for law enforcement agencies.

Involvement and support for the Cold Case Foundation is encouraged. More information may be found at Any interested parties, can find many ways to help the foundation whether it be through time or monetary means. Cold Case Foundation only accepts cases brought to them by law enforcement agencies or victim’s families.

The Cold Case Foundation was founded in 2013 with the mission to assist law enforcement agencies and victims families in resolving cases. With a large, network of dedicated individuals, the Cold Case Foundation strives to find answers and direction in homicide, sexual assault, and missing persons, and unidentified bodies cases that have gone cold. 

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