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Early MOSAIC systems were developed more than twenty years ago. Today, the enhanced MOSAIC method is used by the U.S. Supreme Court Police to assess threats to the Justices, by the U.S. Marshals Service for screening threats to judicial officials, by the U.S. Capitol Police for threats against Members of Congress, by police agencies protecting the governors of eleven states, by many large corporations, and by thirty top universities.

There are unique MOSAIC systems for different situations, including:

    Threats and fear in the workplace
    Threats by students
    Threats against judges
    Threats against public figures and public officials
     Bullet: important point (click to insert in post) Spousal abuse situations

Unlike a checklist, MOSAIC facilitates an in-depth exploration of a situation, bringing attention to factors and combinations of factors that might otherwise go unnoticed.

A development team of experts in psychology, law enforcement, victims' advocacy, prosecution, mental health, and threat assessment determines what areas of inquiry will produce the highest quality assessments. MOSAIC poses those questions to users, accompanied by a range of possible answers. MOSAIC calculates the value of the answers selected by the assessor, and expresses the results on a scale of 1 to 10. MOSAIC automatically produces a full written report, describing the factors that were considered.

Unlike a book (or even a whole library), MOSAIC offers information at precisely the point in an assessment at which it's most valuable. On-line resources include a library of research, publications, and training videos made by the Nation's leading experts in threat assessment, behavioral sciences, criminal investigation, law enforcement, and psychology. The goal is that people conducting assessments come away better informed than they began.

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