Welcome to the International Association of Behaviour Detection and Analysis 

The IABDA is a strictly 'not for profit' organisation

The Association

The International Association of Behaviour Detection & Analysis was formed after it became apparent that some people in the industry who had not received sufficient training were identifying themselves as Behavioural Detection Officers.

This was causing a negative effect in such an important sector as clients were starting to question if the companies applying to work with them were actually providing staff who had completed the relevant training.

After speaking to Law Enforcement, Experienced Practitioners and End Users, all were in favour of the creation of the IABDA to help bring up the standards in this sector.

In creating the IABDA we have an International Academic Panel who specialise in Behaviour Detection, Analysis and Awareness.

We also have an International Advisory Panel which consists of Experienced Practitioners in Behaviour Detection, Analysis and Awareness from Law Enforcement and the Private Sector.


Having access to all of this knowledge and experience we created the IABDA's guidelines for membership which MUST be met to join the IABDA at the stated membership level.

You know that if someone is a member of the IABDA at the stated level, they would have completed the relevant training which would have been confirmed by our staff.

ABOUT THE IABDA

The Association

The International Association of Behaviour Detection and Analysis was formed by Behavioural Detection Officers with the aim to drive up standards in the industry and to establish an internationally recognised professional body who can further advance the standards and sciences in relation to behavioural detection, analysis and awareness and help regulate a previously unregulated industry.

Objectives

To work with academics and experienced practitioners to develop research into the science and best practice in relation to behavioural detection, analysis and awareness.  

 

To Develop and enhance the abilities of Behavioural Detection Officers.

 

To set the standards and best practice of Behavioural Detection Officers internationally so when a Behavioural Detection Officer who is an active member of the IABDA is deployed in the USA or Australia, you will get the same standard of officer. 

Mission

To set the standards and guidelines internationally in relation to the deployment, training, research and accreditation of Behavioural Detection Officers.

International Association of Behaviour Detection and Analysis

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