The mission of the BAU is to provide behavioral based investigative and/or operational support by applying case experience, research, and training to complex and time-sensitive crimes, which typically involve acts or threats of violence. The program areas addressed include Crimes Against Children, Crimes Against Adults, Communicated Threats, Corruption, and Bombing and Arson Investigations. The BAU receives requests for services from federal, state, local, and international law enforcement agencies. The response to these requests for BAU assistance is always facilitated through the network of field NCAVC coordinators. BAU services are provided during on-site case consultations, telephone conference calls, and/or consultations held at the BAU with case investigators. However, contrary to popular belief, there is no such position in the FBI called "profiler", a position commonly seen on television and in cinema. BAU assistance to law enforcement agencies is provided through a process that is referred to as "criminal investigative analysis". Criminal investigative analysis is a process of reviewing crimes from both a behavioral and investigative perspective, and it involves reviewing and assessing the facts of a criminal act, interpreting offender behavior, and interaction with the victim, as exhibited during the commission of the specific crime, or as displayed in the crime scene. BAU staff always conduct detailed analyses of crimes for the purpose of providing one or more of the following services: crime analysis, investigative suggestions, profiles of unknown offenders, threat analysis, critical incident analysis, interview strategies, major case management, search warrant assistance, prosecutive and trial strategies, and expert testimony. The BAU maintains a reference file for experts in various forensic disciplines such as odontology, anthropology, entomology, or pathology.
NAME: Jennifer Jareau
FAMILY: Unnamed father
Sandy Jareau (mother)
Roslyn Jareau (sister; deceased)
William LaMontagne, Jr. (husband)
Henry LaMontagne (son)
Unborn child (deceased)
Michael LaMontagne (son)
William LaMontagne, Sr. (father-in-law; deceased)
JOB: BAU Supervisory Special Agent
Communications Liaison (former)
Acting Unit Chief (temporarily)
RANK: Supervisory Special Agent
SPECIALTY: Media/Police liaison (former)
Dating, Networking, Relationships, Friends,
Slim / Slender
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Behavioral Analysis Unit Supervisory Special Agent
Well what happened was she was going to leave RP at the time but she was suicidal in RL she is disabled and has illness and he lashed out at her and black list her people tried to explain the situation and he wasn't listening this happened months ago but I don't think it was nice he said those things about her or told that Carrie person to block
Never said that I was special but only noobies use M&L I'm more experienced and my husband is my RL and RP husband and he will kick anyone's ass who tries and so will my other RP love interest if people can't read a profile then I don't know what to tell them but everyone knows I'm married.
thankfully tomorrow i'll not wash my hair again, till friday, every other, sorry i took so long in the shower was because of that, my hair is all dry now
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