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What does a spy look like?

There is no exact answer, but a composite picture was developed by the Business Espionage Controls and Countermeasures Association...

21-35 years old. Female as often as male.

College graduate with a low-value degree.

Broad, short-term employment background.

Money problems - low pay, poor self management.

Military intelligence experience.

Acquaintances with law enforcement backgrounds.

Considered an outsider or loner.

Disability precluding a law enforcement career.

No police record prohibiting sensitive employment.

Has driver's license, possibly a poor driving record.

Romantic hobby / interest.
...writer, photographer, sky diver, scuba, etc.

Collects underground & paramilitary literature.

An active interest in firearms, often with training.

Recruited from a want ad for Investigative Trainee.

Often just a drone of a professional handler.

Abilities in music, chess, math, etc.
...skills associated with code breaking and espionage.

Keep this list in mind, but remember...
Your snoop could be anybody.
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