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Interview & Interrogation
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Dates: March 28, 29, 2023
Location: Baltimore Washington HIDTA
1080 Coverstone Drive,
Winchester, Virginia 22602
Start Time: 8:30 AM
End Time: 4:30 PM
Course Length: 2 days
Class Type: Lecture
Gary Aschenbach Sr.
Gary Aschenbach Jr
The focus of this advanced training is to familiarize the new or seasoned police officer and all investigators, with the various disciplines of "detecting deception". This unique course is the only of its kind on the market because it combines Behavioral Analysis (body language, non-verbals) and Forensic Statement Analysis (FSA) into one class. Officers will simultaneously learn two new powerful tools to keep them safe while enhancing their ability to obtain voluntary, court preferred confessions.
Forensic Statement Analysis (FSA) is a scientific, investigative tool used to analyze written and/or oral statements taken from a person of "interest", whether a suspect, victim, complainant, or a witness since the ultimate goal is to identify the truth. FSA eliminates or minimizes biases and prejudices and systematically determines the use and omissions of specific words, phrases, content, grammar and other identifiers to determine a truthful, balanced statement. A person's own words will ultimately and unwittingly betray them as they provide indicators of deception through hidden clues of: "omissions", "improper changes in language", "lack of commitment" as well as identifying close and distant relationships to other person's, objects and events. These and many other indicators are made obvious and readily identifiable to the trained individual. In advanced applications, statements can also be converted into numbers whereby they are subjected to a mathematical formula. Attendees will perform verbal analysis on videotaped oral interviews to practice and demonstrate the effectiveness of FSA. To further reinforce their proficiencies and understanding of these concepts attendees are assigned individual homework which will be reviewed on the following class day.
- Lies of Omission
- 16 Evasive Verbal Responses
- Handling Denials vs. Objections
- Recognizing that it is not easy to lie
- Old vs. new way of interviewing
- Staging the room
- Use of Themes/Nobler Intent
- Power of the pure Statement
- Critical rapport building
- Reducing investigation time
- Obtaining court preferred confessions
- Polishing communication skills
- Roadside Interviewing Techniques
What You Can Expect During the Course:
Course material is presented in an entertaining and easy-to-learn manner. Key learning points are emphasized through videos, demonstrations, and a respectful environment as questions are always welcome. After the course, attendees will be prepared to implement the new tools plus they will receive FREE, lifetime support, 24/7 from Law-Tech Consultants, to assist in the use of these tools.