I’m just so happy today that I don’t know what to do with myself. I want to rp and dance and sing and it’s glorious.
Unfortunately, I really need to do hw and while I fear that it will bring my mood down it must be done.
The Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) is a department of the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation’s National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime (NCAVC) that uses behavioral sciences to assist in criminal investigations.
The mission of the NCAVC and the BAUs is to provide behavioral based investigative and/or operational support by applying case experience, research, and training to complex and time-sensitive crimes, typically involving acts or threats of violence.
The BAU consists of five units:
- Behavioral Analysis Unit 1 (counterterrorism, arson and bombing matters);
- Behavioral Analysis Unit 2 (threats, cyber, white collar crime, and public corruption);
- Behavioral Analysis Unit 3 (crimes against children);
- Behavioral Analysis Unit 4 (crimes against adults);
- Behavioral Research and Instruction Unit.
The Operations Support Branch (OSB) contains three main units:
- Crisis Management Unit
- Special Events Management Unit
- Rapid Deployment & Technology Unit
"He’s right, I shouldn’t have let myself get into that situation. I shouldn’t have antagonized the unsub or encouraged him or given him any reason to think it was okay or that I wanted it. It’s my fault."
The blonde sits with her leg propped up in the empty bullpen, bruises still covering her body. Technically she’s talking to herself but technically she’s not. She only thinks she is, that she’s alone, but someone’s there to hear the words. To hear her blaming herself for the unsub visciously attacking her, nearly raping her. Someone’s there to listen as she lets herself believe what Matt’s told her—it was her fault.
JJ trudged through the door bloody and exhausted but alive. Tired eyes blinked rapidly as she limped her way to the living room. “Matt,” she calls weakly, leaning all of her weight against the frame. “There was an altercation with an unsub,” she mumbles an explanation as she hobbles over to him. She hugs him tightly, resting as much of her weight as she can on him. “We somehow got left alone together and he…he touch-” JJ quickly thought better of her statement and amended it, “he attacked me.” That much was obvious. He touched her inappropriately as well but there was no penetration and therefore JJ really didn’t want to mention it.
"I’m sorry," she snuggled closer to him. She couldn’t tell what she was apologizing for; the fact she got attacked or the "fact" she "let" it happen. Suddenly the blonde tensed against him, anticipating him striking her for encouraging the unsub’s actions or some other misconstrued thought.
A frappuccunio at almost 12:30 is not the best idea but oh well
Jennifer Love Hewitt on The Talk (October 1st, 2014)
(slight spoilers for those who haven’t watched any of the sneak peek clips)
Kirsten Vangsness on The Marilyn Denis Show (October 1st, 2014)
CM RPers should really employ that thing the TWD fandom does. Create a chatroom for episode spazzing so the dash is a safe place for the people not in EST who see the episode first and make it hard for people 3 hours behind
I volunteer to make a chatzy
Criminal Minds’ A.J. Cook opens up to us about Season 10 of the hit show, working with Jennifer Love Hewitt and more.
"J.J. is a typical woman," Cook said. "We’re so good at internalizing everything and pushing it down and pushing it down and pushing it down. But the hard thing about that is we can only do it for so long. So, yeah, I think we’re going to maybe see her have to come to terms with everything eventually."