A dynamic phenomenon that changes dramatically in its strength and nature over the years and impacts upon the way security and intelligence agencies conduct processes and deploy countermeasures in the air, on the sea and on the ground. It has been established that human nature is a critical variable which demands the further investigation of the different aspects related to the social and psychological characteristics of individuals and groups that are involved in terrorism. Expanding the knowledge and understanding of these aspects will allow for a clearer sense of this phenomenon and, thereafter, to better respond to it.
- Introduction to Criminal Profiling
- Mental Illness and Personality Disorders
- Gangs and Cults
- Analysing Information
- Profiling and the Media
- Introduction to Terrorism
- Religious vs. Secular Terrorism
- Terrorist Groups
- Suicide Terrorism
- Social Aspects of Terrorism
- Social Psychology Profiling of Terrorism
- Profiling of Terrorist Leaders
- Radicalisation, De-radicalisation and Disengagement Processes
The course duration is flexible and adjusted in accordance with the needs and demands of the client.
A short introduction to criminal and terrorist profiling can last 1 or 2 days, or a more thorough course can be anything from 4 to 5 days up to 3 weeks.
Up to 24 people per course