Training and Development
Criminal Assessment Profiling
Using data to spotlight criminal activity
Presenter: Tom Davis
Teaches basic principles applied when constructing an offender profile. Identifies traits to assist in applying the profiling principles. Discusses ways data can be used by the investigator. Applies to law enforcement investigators and individuals who are interested in pursuing an investigative career.
- Expose the student to the Criminal Assessment Profiling Program and the principles applied
- Reveal various situations where the Profiling principles may be of use in an investigation
This course is ideal for law enforcement officers, security officers, and individuals interested in pursuing an investigative career.
Tom served honorably during the Vietnam War in the U.S. Navy. He graduated from University of Central Florida with a bachelor's degree in criminal justice and serves as an adjunct instructor at Eastern Florida State College. Tom has also provided training to both public and private organizations on workplace violence issues and dealing with difficult situations.
Tom was recruited to The Florida Department of Law Enforcement group of elite Special Agents. Tom was also selected to become an FDLE Criminal Profiler through training from the FBI Behavioral Sciences Unit partnering with the International Criminal Investigative Analysis Fellowship. In June of 1999, Tom was awarded the elite distinction of being one of only a few hundred profilers in the world outside of the FBI, by the International Criminal Investigative Analysis Fellowship. After the attacks of 911 Tom served with the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF).