TAG’s case consultation services began more than 30 years ago with a focus on threats, stalking, violence prevention, and product tampering, as an outgrowth of the founder’s ground-breaking original research on these topics. Since then, TAG’s experts have diversified and include not only forensic psychiatrists, forensic psychologists, and former FBI profilers, but also former federal agents from the US Secret Service and US Capitol Police, former FBI interviewing and polygraph specialists, and others with industry experience.
The diversity of cases on which TAG offers consulting has similarly diversified and today includes:
- Intimate partner violence
- Anonymous or inappropriate communications
- Weapons in the workplace
- Sexual harassment and sexual assault
- Bullying and mobbing
- Claims of retaliation and discrimination
- Misuse of confidential information and information systems (“insider threat”)
- Fraud (including bank fraud, credit card fraud, and cyber fraud)
- Theft and product diversion
- Conflicts of interest
- Solicitation or payment of bribes, kickbacks, and other amenities
- Alleged misconduct involving senior leaders or members of the board of directors
- Product tampering
TAG works with clients to identify and recommend a specific action plan. A TAG case consultation typically begins with an intake process (basic information, request for documents, and scheduling), review of any documents, and a conference call.
While in the vast majority of cases no travel is necessary, TAG experts are available for on-site consultation, interviews, coordination with mental health or law enforcement personnel, or high-risk negotiations, discipline, or terminations. Written reports, second opinions, affidavits, declarations, and expert testimony are all available on request.