Crime 360

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  • 2008
  • 2 Seasons
  • 7.3  (202)

Crime 360 was a crime documentary television series that aired on A&E from 2008 to 2009. The show followed police detectives as they investigated various crimes, including murders, robberies, and assaults. Through interviews with investigators, forensic specialists, and witnesses, the show provided a comprehensive look at the process of solving crimes from start to finish.

The series was hosted by Bill Lloyd, a former FBI agent and forensic expert, and his co-hosts John Venuti and Deborah Kay. Throughout each episode, the hosts guided the audience through each investigative step, from the initial response to the crime scene to the arrest and conviction of the perpetrator.

One of the most unique aspects of Crime 360 was its use of cutting-edge technology to provide viewers with a 360-degree view of the crime scene. The show utilized high-definition cameras, forensic animation, and 3D graphics to give viewers a more immersive experience. Viewers were able to see the crime scene from multiple angles and viewpoints, enabling them to better understand the events that transpired.

Alongside the technological aspects, Crime 360 also explored the human side of crime. The show focused on how the crimes affected the victims and their families, as well as the toll it took on the detectives and investigators tasked with solving the case. Through interviews with family members and friends, the show provided a window into the emotional impact of these often-grim crimes.

Another aspect of the show was its attention to detail. The detectives involved in each case were meticulous in their investigations, often painstakingly reconstructing events and piecing together evidence. The show highlighted the intricacies of forensic science and how it plays a critical role in crime-solving.

Throughout its run, Crime 360 covered a wide range of cases, each with its own unique challenges and complexities. Some were cold cases that had gone unsolved for years, while others were recent crimes. The show's hosts provided a commentary on each case, explaining the significance of each piece of evidence and how it helped lead to the eventual resolution of the case.

Overall, Crime 360 was a unique and informative show that provided viewers with an in-depth look at the world of criminal investigations. It showcased the intricate and meticulous work of law enforcement officers and the cutting-edge technologies they use to solve crimes. The show provided a comprehensive view of the entire criminal justice system, from the first discovery of a crime to the final conviction. Crime 360 was a must-watch for anyone interested in crime and forensic science.

Crime 360 is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (30 episodes). The series first aired on March 6, 2008.

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Full House
19. Full House
September 17, 2009
Early one January morning, four masked men invade a Cleveland home, robbing the inhabitants at gunpoint. But the burglary doesn't go as planned and one of the intruders is shot to death. When they arrive on scene, Detectives Hank Veverka and Kathleen Carlin already have more than a dozen potential suspects. Did one of the homeowners shoot the victim in self-defense - or did one of his own men pull the trigger? Using ballistics, DNA testing and fingerprint evidence, the detectives race to narrow down their suspect pool and catch the killer.
Midnight Shootout
18. Midnight Shootout
September 10, 2009
Just past midnight, three masked gunmen barge into a crowded, neighborhood bar and open fire, leaving one person dead and three others wounded. Seasoned detectives Hank Veverka and Kathleen Carlin are called to the scene and soon discover that one of the wounded might be one of the gunmen. Was this a botched robbery? Or, an act of revenge carefully planned by someone at the bar that night? To uncover the truth, Hank and KC sift through the countless lies and soon learn that a human bone fragment discovered at the crime scene might just hold the key.
In Plain Sight
17. In Plain Sight
September 3, 2009
In broad daylight, a young man is shot dead in his own front yard. Investigators Gary Galetta and Glenn Weather question witnesses who saw the murder, but no one can identify a suspect. A store clerk appears to have knowledge of the shooting before it happened - could he be the killer? The team uncovers evidence the victim may have been selling loose cigarettes in the neighborhood, but that does not seem like enough of a motive for a murder. It will take ballistic analysis and a careful review of leads - from cell records to surveillance tape - to lead investigators to the killer.
16. Senseless
August 27, 2009
Detectives Tim Entenok and Tom Armelli are called to the scene of a grizzly family shooting. Two adults and three young children have been killed. Detectives send all available officers into the dark night to find a violent, brutal killer.
Bad Company
15. Bad Company
August 13, 2009
In a suburban neighborhood of Cleveland, gunshots ring out in the middle of the night, and a young male is found dead on the front porch of his own house. Detectives Tom Armelli and Joe Chojnowski learn from the vicitm's girlfriend that a visit by friends that evening quickly turned violent. Was this a home invasion? Or, a friendly fight taken too far? To discover the truth, detectives must rely on their strongest piece of evidence, a cooking pan. Will this pan hold the recipe to catch the killer? Forensic science and diligent detective work are the crucial ingredients needed to break this case.
14. Payback
August 6, 2009
A van crashes into a family home in a quiet neighborhood and the homeowner is left shot to death.
At Death's Door Episode
13. At Death's Door Episode
July 30, 2009
Detectives in Rochester, NY, attempt to identify and locate the chief suspect while they investigate what appears to be domestic homicide.
12. Hunted
July 23, 2009
The detectives go on a stakeout to find the shooter of a man who was gunned down after having danced with a woman at a club.
In Broad Daylight
11. In Broad Daylight
July 16, 2009
A young man is found shot dead in a car wash parking lot, and the witnesses have a description of the car the shooters used.
Nowhere to Run
10. Nowhere to Run
July 9, 2009
An investigation takes place for a murdered teen who was shot down on a neighborhood street. The only evidence is a blurry surveillance tape from a store camera and one eyewitness.
Blunt Force Killer
9. Blunt Force Killer
July 9, 2009
In a quiet Indianapolis suburb, two men are found fatally beaten in their bedrooms. Detective Bobby Flack is called to the scene and quickly learns that the victims had been harassed for being gay. Were these murders a hate crime? Could the killer be a neighbor living in this picturesque suburb?
Killing Spree
8. Killing Spree
June 25, 2009
Detective Chuck Ray is called to Little Rock, to a scene where one man has a gunshot wound in his hand and another man lies dying outside his apartment with a gunshot to his abdomen. The clues point to a serial robber which the police have been tracking. But he doesn't usually shoot his victims. Is it the same guy? Is he becoming more violent? But when another victim shows up a week later with the same matching patterns, the detectives know they must find this guy fast.
Run & Gun
7. Run & Gun
June 25, 2009
A 21-year old man in Indianapolis, Indiana, is gunned down during a shootout in a residential neighborhood. Detectives Chuck Brenner and Todd Lappin check out the debris left behind: 40 shell casings spread out along the street, a discarded pistol on the ground, and abandoned car which is filled with bullet holes. The detectives use these clues to uncover multiple suspects engaged in a deadly vendetta...but were the shots shot in self defense or was he shooting to kill? Benner and Lappin will need every tool in their forensic arsenal to find out the truth.
Vantage Point
6. Vantage Point
June 18, 2009
A late-night house party turns deadly when gunshots ring out and a nineteen year old man is found dead on the street. An off-duty fireman, who was driving home, witnessed the shooting.
5. Overkill
June 25, 2009
Hours into her first shift, Investigator Cathy Lucci meets partner Dave Salvatore at the scene of her first homicide case. A 49-year-old male has been brutally stabbed and left to die with a blanket covering him.
Mother's Day Murder
4. Mother's Day Murder
June 11, 2009
Mother's Day morning. A 58 year-old man lies dead in an open field. Detectives Nate Sowa and Ray Diaz inspect the body and discover the victim's cell phone is missing.
The Shooting Party
3. The Shooting Party
June 4, 2009
At an apartment complex in the Northeast side of Indianapolis, two young men are found dead, and high caliber rifle casings litter the street.
Deadly Rendezvous
2. Deadly Rendezvous
May 28, 2009
Detectives discover the body of a 34-year old male who was shot behind an abandoned building. They think robbery after noticing his pockets are turned inside-out, his shoes are missing and his cell phone is gone. After finding out his identity, the detectives wonder why the man was so far from his home and what he was doing in this neighborhood. They also believe that the cell phone will lead them to their suspect.
Ashes to Ashes
1. Ashes to Ashes
May 21, 2009
When a witness comes forward and claims to have seen a missing person being beaten, the detectives start thinking that this case was a murder.
Where to Watch Crime 360
Crime 360 is available for streaming on the A&E website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Crime 360 on demand at Apple TV Channels, Amazon Prime, Philo, Amazon, Hulu, A&E and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    March 6, 2008
  • IMDB Rating
    7.3  (202)