<< The key in catching a serial killer is to put yourself into the thinking patterns of that individual. You have to think like him, you have to feel like him, you have to follow him into his crimes and eventually get ahead of him >> Robert Ressler (1937-2013), Begründer der Behavioral Analysis Unit des FBI
In order to correctly assess the information found on the Internet and to close information gaps, it is important to know the exact behaviour of a suspected perpetrator. We have a profound experience in analysing the characetristics of serial offenders and can therefore predict future behaviour with relatively high certainty and bridge missing information about past behaviour based on reference knowledge. In particular we refer to our own developed classification system* (escalation levels), which enables us to recognize behaviour patterns of perpetrators and qualify us resolving a number of questions, such as the inclusion or the exclusion of a homicide from a series of murders, the estimate of the number of murders or how long a perpetrator has been active. You find more information in my book, chapter III.14.2. The escalation levels of evil. General information about the analysis of perpetrator behavior can be found in chapter II.Analysis of the Operation Kysak and chapter III.14. Are we all evil ?