Predictive Profiling is a one-of-a-kind online course that teaches how to detect suspicious individuals and situations. This course aims to challenge students to think outside the box and from the adversary's point of view. It provides a step-by-step process for conducting a threat assessment of a situation, a person, an object or a behavior in the context of the criminal or terrorist method of operation. Learning is enhanced with video simulations and interactive exercises.
The course takes 1 to 1.5 hours to complete.
Here are some of the topics discussed in the course:
What is Predictive Profiling
The difference between Predictive Profiling and Racial Profiling
What makes someone or something suspicious
Detecting suspicion, determining the method of operation and deploying subsequent procedures
The human element of security
Identifying criminals and terrorists in the planning stages of the attack
Threat-oriented use of security technologies
The difference between odd and suspicious
Reasonable suspicion and probable cause
Hostile intent vs. the means of the attack
Risk orientation vs. threat orientation
Examples of suspicion indicators in different operational environments
The differences between threat, risk and suspicion
Dealing with a suspicious object
The Chameleon Predictive Profiling uses a variety of learning tools and resources that allow students/users to get a real feel for security questioning. These tools include:
Clients who want to manage and track their users enjoy the advanced features of our online Learning Management System. As a client who administrates the course to others, you will be able to track your learners' progress and test scores and communicate with the learners through the LMS.