Assessment of Dangerousness

Dangerousness is a state of being a peril or hazard, with no moral, emotional, cognitive, behavioural or social control over one's impulses or desires. Dangerous people may or may not be mentally disturbed or ill, they have unstoppable determination to go to the end, show no insight or empathy and either do not see or care about the consequences of what they are doing or going to do.

Our comprehensive and scientifically funded assessments of dangerousness have been used by a number of law firms with great success, either before the trial, sentencing or when considering application for parole. It is one of the most complex procedures based on the analysis of over 200 various personality traits. It goes without saying that our findings have never been overturned by any court.

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