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Investigative Interviewing using Behavioral & Statement Analysis

September 18 @ 8:00 am - September 19 @ 5:00 pm

$354.00 – $399.00

  • Develop strategies to conduct the interview using Behavioral Analysis and Statement Analysis
  • Understand the “physiological responses” caused by the fight, flight and freeze syndrome.
  • Learn to analyze verbal and written statements using Forensic Statement Analysis.
  • Learn how to tactfully ask the five “W” questions (who, what, where, when, why & how) and why to save closed ended questions for their one purpose.
  • Instantly learn the secret of the one true lie.
  • Discover the sixteen categories of the evasive verbal responses (EVR’s) and easily counter them with the three strike rule.
  • Learn to use the number one fear found in men vs. women
  • Find instant success when you ask the three questions of the verbal lie detector.
  • List ten (10) “themes” or “nobler motives” of various crimes.
  • Identify the three (3) major motivations that can cause criminal behavior
  • Discuss the definition of a “lie” and how it relates to “Lies of Omission”.
  • Discuss and recognize the difference between a “denial” and an “objection”.
  • Explain and demonstrate the purpose and criteria of the “three strike rule” and their ability to use it as a tool.
  • Explain the idea and difficulties associated with lying (spider web).
  • Compare and describe the advantages and disadvantages of a verbal vs. written statement.
  • List the three questions to ask of each word in a statement (why say it, why say it here and why say it this way).
  • Describe the purpose of improper tense changes (First person, singular, past tense).

Students in this course will become familiar with:

  • Lies of Omission.
  • Fight v. Flight v. Freeze.
  • Evasive Verbal Responses.
  • Old v. new way of preparing for the interview.
  • Ignore the emotions.
  • Events in the past should be written as such.
  • Recognize “links” suggesting missing time.
  • Recognizing clues of deception in written statements.
  • “Clusters” and “key” questions.
  • Establishing power of influence.
  • Truthful Characteristics.
  • Reinforcers.
  • Escape hatches.
  • Deceptive lies (generalized).
  • Behavioral Exceptions.
  • Normal eye contact.
  • The interrogation room setup.
  • 12 Steps to an interrogation.

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Investigative Interviewing September 18-19, 2024 Regular Registration
$ 379.00
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