Kenneth L. Mains is a United States Marine Corps Veteran and a Detective. He uses a unique and particular combination of forensic science, criminal investigation, forensic psychology, victimology, crime reconstruction, crime scene assessment and criminal profiling to solve cases. He is the President and Founder of The American Investigative Society of Cold Cases (AISOCC) which was created to assist law enforcement members and victims families in solving the plethora of unsolved cold cases.
His law enforcement career has consisted of working as a member of the Williamsport Bureau of Police, Lycoming County Drug Task Force, Federal Bureau of Investigations and the Lycoming County of Pennsylvania’s District Attorney’s Office. During his tour with the United States Marine Corps, he was assigned primarily with the Special Operations Training Group (SOTG), II Marine Expeditionary Force with a concentration on administrative intelligence.
He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree (BS) in Criminal Justice from Lock Haven University and has taken Master Degree course work in Forensic Criminology with an emphasis on Criminal Profiling. Mains is an Advisory Board Member at the Cyril H. Wecht Institute of Forensic Science and Law at Duquesne University and also Lock Haven University. He is also a second opinion provider for the National Organization for Parents of Murdered Children.
Mains has been bestowed a number of awards to include Police Officer of the Year and the Gallantry Star for Acts of Distinguished Bravery by the Fraternal Order of Police.