After getting into the FBI (hopefully), I want to go into the FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit, pretty much profiling people. It is simply Criminal Minds, but without the TV aspect. (http://rlv.zcache.com/fbi_bau_criminal_postcard-p239456138249551138envli_400.jpg)
The cases of the FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU), an elite group of profilers who analyze the nation's most dangerous serial killers and individual heinous crimes in an effort to anticipate their next moves before they strike again.
Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior - On the streets of San Francisco a team of the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Behavioral Analysis Unit use profiling to catch some of the most horrific serial killers and unidentifiable subjects.
Sometimes known as criminal profilers, special agents working in the Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) of the Federal Bureau of Investigations seek to identify personality traits of suspects. The profiles they create aid in catching violent criminals before they strike again. Getting a job in the BAU is very challenging, but if you have strong analytical skills and an interest in the inner workings of the criminal mind, pursuing a career in the BAU might be worth the effort.
Penelope Garcia, Criminal Minds Played by Kirsten Vangsness, the technical analyst of the Behavioral Analysis Unit, not only breaks barriers with her coding expertise, but with her eccentric fashion skills as well. Garcia is never seen without her colorful and spunky glasses, huge hair accessories, and bright floral dresses.
Criminal Minds: An elite team of FBI profilers analyze the country’s most twisted criminal minds, anticipating their next moves before they strike again. The Behavioral Analysis Unit’s most experienced agent is David Rossi, a founding member of the BAU who returns to help the team solve new cases.