What Participants Will Learn

  • The Participants, armed with the information from this Program will be able to identify the behavior and characteristics of the offender.
  • Participants will be able to identify specific behavior that may be common to a number of unsolved cases.
  • The participants will be able to identify specific crime scene behavior, characteristics of certain types of offenders.
  • Participants will learn characteristics of female and/or juvenile sex offenders.
  • Participants will learn characteristics of false confessions.
  • Participants will learn different risk levels of victimology and how important victimology can be to an investigation.
  • Participants will learn characteristics of female compliant victims.
  • Participants will learn how to read a crime scene and gather information, which will assist them in developing a portrait of the offender.
  • Importance of collateral materials.
  • Child molesters and their behavior.
  • Pedophiles and their behavior. Department Operational Benefits.

  • Investigators will have the Ability to identify and link serial crimes.
  • Investigators will know how to apply Criminal Investigative Analysis to Sex Crimes and Homicides.
  • Investigators will have the ability to identify sex offenders and homicide offenders based on their behavioral traits.
  • Investigators will have the ability to identify the type of offender and have some insight into the serial offender’s next offence based on Criminal Investigative Analysis.
  • Investigators will have the ability to use Criminal Investigative Analysis as an investigational aid.
  • Investigators will be able to Identify or eliminate suspects based on identified behavior used by the offender at the crime scene.
  • Investigators will have the ability to identify the different typologies of Sexual Offender allowing them to develop a portrait of the offender.
  • Investigators will have the ability to identify the different typologies of homicidal offenders.
  • Investigators will have the ability to translate the identified offender typology into specific characteristics of the unknown offender.
  • Information learned from this course will assist in search warrant affidavits.
  • Investigators will have the ability to assist in interview strategies based on the application of information learned in this course.
  • Investigators will have the ability to identify false confessions quicker and save investigational man-hours. Criminal Investigative Analysis.
  • Formerly referred to as Criminal Profiling, Criminal Investigative Analysis had been identified as an important investigational aid as investigators are involved with an ever-increasing number of sexual assaults and homicides, particularly those offences committed by unknown offenders.
  • Criminal Investigative Analysis is an investigative tool used within the law enforcement community to help solve violent crimes. The analysis is based on a review of evidence from the crime scene and from witnesses and victims.
  • The analysis is done from both an investigative and a behavioral perspective. The analysis can provide insight into the unknown offender (characteristics and traits) as well as investigative suggestions and strategies for interviews and trial.