Bram B. van der Meer studied Criminology at the University of Pretoria, South Africa and earned an MSc. in Clinical-Forensic Psychology at Leiden University. He took specialized training with international investigative organizations in psychological offender profiling, threat analysis and interview technique. In 2011, he completed a postdoctoral training program as a criminal investigation psychologist.

Van der Meer has extensive experience in the psychological analysis of threat, stalking and other forms of troubling behavior occurring in the workplace. He has specific interest in the assessment of anonymous threats, and stalking of public figures. Together with the National Crime Faculty in the United Kingdom, he is currently engaged in a research project on anonymous threatsPrior to his work at Dantes Psychology, Van der Meer worked for more than ten years as a behavioral consultant at the national unit of the Dutch Police.

Van der Meer is a guest lecturer at the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, where he teaches behavioral interviewing techniques. He also teaches psychological threat analysis at the Netherlands Police Academy. Van der Meer is a member of the editorial board of the American Psychological Association-accredited Journal of Threat Assessment and Management. He is the former president and current vice president of the Swiss-based Association of European Threat Assessment Professionals. Van der Meer is an internationally recognized threat assessment expert and is registered as such with the Association of European Threat Assessment Professionals.