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FBI: Behavioral Analysis Unit
Transcript of FBI: Behavioral Analysis Unit
I 'm interested in this job because I think it's really cool being able to get into a persons head and think how they think and figuring out why they commint the crumes they do.
The Behavioral Analysis Unit is a department of the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation's National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime that uses behavioral sciences to assist in criminal investigations. Their mission is to provide behavioral based investigative and/or operational support by applying case experience, research, and training to complex and time-sensitive crimes, typically involving acts or threats of violence.
What's the BAU?
What Education Do I need?
It is recommended that you get your PHD to become a Criminal Profiler, though it's not always necessary so you can just go to a 4 year college, taking courses in psychology, sociology, philosophy, journalism, public speaking also help.
Also majoring in Political Science, Criminal Justice is adviced.
4 months in the FBI academy
It takes about 2-3 years to become an active BAU profiler.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities needed!
New job opportunities are less likely in the future.
$74,300 per year, on average
What I'll do in this line of work!
Skills and Abilities:
Complex Problem Solving
Attention to Detail
Therapy and Counceling
Customer and Personal Service
Medicene and Dentistry
Sociology and Anthropology
Law and Government
Administration and Managemen
Philosophy and Theology