Why’d You Punch Him? He Looked At Me Funny

Dangerous Demeanor Detection TrainingImagine telling a jury, “I hit him because he looked like he was about to attack me.”

At first, that seems like a pretty bad idea, and the beginning of your jail time. But what if you were right? Could you prove it?

Yes: you can prove it.

Imagine also telling them, “I’m rated as an expert in ‘dangerous demeanor detection’ based on physiology and facial muscle movements.” Then your attorney brings in an expert witness to explain the science that backs up your experience and training. Things are starting to get better now. So, how can you make that claim legitimately?

Get this training, and keep your credentials top-notch:

The Dangerous Demeanor Detector (patent pending) teaches you to recognize the facial expression of an individual who is likely to immediately become violent. *

The D3 training tool consists of a baseline test, 6 instructional pages, a practice test with 40 images and a post test. Based on years of research, it was sparked initially by materials provided by the U.S. Secret Service and recently completed with support from the US Department of Defense.

Research has involved law enforcement officers in five very different countries around the world, all of whom have been attacked physically, remembered the face of the attacker, and identified the expression that occurred just moments before the attack.

Why D3?

The purpose of the tool is to alert you or any potentially vulnerable person of the need to be more on guard, and perhaps take protective action. Hopefully, noting the face of the assault before it happens will allow you to take defensive or evasive action that will result in stopping an attack before it starts.

How does D3 Work?

This tool teaches you to recognize those faces very quickly. It consists of four parts: There is a pre-test, to assess your ability before the instruction. An instructional section, where you learn what the dangerous faces look like, and how to discriminate them from other faces. A practice section, where you practice making those discriminations. A post-test, to assess whether your ability to recognize dangerous faces improved. At the end of the test, you will be able to see and compare your scores from the pre- and post-tests. And for those scoring 80% or higher accuracy in the post-test, you will be able to print an official certificate of completion for the training.

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  • lester jones

    any scientific research backing this up?

  • http://petersteeves.me Peter Steeves

    Hello Mr Jones,

    Yes – Fortunately, lots and lots of research has been dedicated to this topic.

    The folks at Humintell (links are in the post) have presented quite a bit, along with the enormous amount of data, academic papers, and some marvelously entertaining and informative public-facing books made available by Dr Paul Ekman.

    I strongly encourage anyone interested to take some time and read them – they’re among my favorite book on my personal shelf.

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