SDR® Academy provides unique training programs aimed at awareness, communication and public safety.
“The signs are there, learn to recognize and act on them.”
During the training, you will learn to look for the first signs of deviant behaviour. It is essential to know the environment the situation takes place in.
Detect your primary emotion evoked by deviant behaviour. You will learn to separate prejudices such as external characteristics and ethnicity from your perception.
Responding early and adequately prevents escalation within public order. It stimulates the enforcement of set rules to maintain a safe and diverse society.
A safe society with respect for diversity
SDR® Academy provides unique training courses!
During the training, you will learn to communicate collaboratively. The focus is on raising awareness of body language and recognizing key indicators. These skills are indispensable when proactively maintaining public order….
SDR® Academy provides customized training courses.
The training courses for Behaviour Profiling focus on relevant security issues within Dutch society.
Are you curious what the SDR® method entails?
We can provide you with an inspiring masterclass or a session during a team-building day at a location of your choice.
Who do we help?
Many municipalities in the Netherlands have to deal with behaviour issues on the streets and problems regarding enforcement. Even during this period where the COVID-19 virus is very relevant, there are great expectations regarding the resilience of the CSOs. Our unique SDR® training courses have already supported many CSOs in carrying out their enforcement tasks.
Neighbourhood prevention teams
Initiatives have been taken within many municipalities to improve the safety and quality of life in residential areas. SDR® teaches you how to recognize deviant behaviour. This knowledge will allow you to distinguish between serious irregularities and deviations that do not entail any potential risk. Only the serious reports will be followed up.
Retail & Horeca
Apart from security measures used by entrepreneurs themselves, SDR® teaches your employees how they can recognize signals of deviant behaviour that lead to aggression or nuisance and how to respond proactively. SDR® also provides modules that teach you how to interpret camera images. This method leads to a safer environment for both your customers and your employees.
More and more police officers have recently been experiencing work pressure due to, for example, understaffing, increased aggression within society and subversion. The SDR® training program aims to broaden the arsenal of the participants with contemporary knowledge and skills, thereby expanding their options.
There are challenges on the road to the new normal. Think of behavioural problems and confusion regarding new measures. The SDR® training program teaches you how you can objectively assess situations and communicate efficiently, greatly contributing to the safety of your environment..
Everyone wants to feel safe on the bus, metro, train or tram, but unfortunately, this cannot be taken for granted. Stations are attractive locations for people with malicious intentions because of the hustle and bustle. SDR® heeft met haar training bewezen dat vroegtijdig signaleren van afwijkend gedrag zelfs een aanslag kan voorkomen.
SDR training and education focuses on proactive prevention of—rather than reaction to—harmful events and security threats. Proactive steps, with foundations in knowledge-based decisions in order to prevent deviant actions, have proven to be far more effective than...
In every environment, there is a standard set of norms upon which we all base our behaviours. There are particular behaviours which would seem out of place in certain environments, and which would cause us to pause, and re-examine what we may be seeing. Search Detect...
SDR Negates Ethnic Profiling In 2003, the Transportation Administration Agency’s (TSA) Screening Passengers by Observation program, SPOT, began to operationally test behavioural techniques to screen air passengers. Once the SPOT program was out of the testing phase...
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