Crime Scene Profiling Vs. Statement Profiling
Years ago, we began taking an interest in criminal and crime scene profiling, which we thought would be an interesting way of getting into the minds of criminals in order to understand and to solve crime. However, the more we studied the techniques, the more we realized they weren't what we had hoped for. It seemed that descriptions of possible suspects such as “a white male, 25 – 35, a loner, that lives within 25 miles of the victim and either walked or drove to the crime scene…” were too vague and preposterous to be practically applied on a regular basis.
Therefore, we turned our interest to Statement Analysis, and quickly came to find it was everything that we had initially hoped for in criminal profiling.
For nearly 10 years now we have learned and refined Statement Analysis into Forensic Statement Profiling.
We are very enthusiastic about this training and technique and would love to teach it to you.