Interview and Interrogation Series – Module 2: Detecting Deception

Detecting Deception

Mar 09, 2021

01:00 pm – 04:00 pm

Hosted By CalibrePLUS

$119.00 (USD)

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  • March 9, 2021
    1:00 pm - 4:00 pm


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Course Description

NOTE: This is a four-module program. Although it’s recommended that students participate in all four modules, it is NOT required. Each module is crafted to stand alone as an individual course.

Covering an impressive span of basic to more specialized skills and strategies, this series will develop and strengthen your ability to effectively conduct thorough interviews and

This series consists of:
Module 1: Interview & Interrogation in Action: Real World Case Study
Module 2: Detecting Deception
Module 3: Understanding Human Behavior & Body Language
Module 4: Building Rapport

Module 2: Detecting Deception

Deceptive people often share a mixture of truth and lies when answering questions and sharing information. This module explores everything from strategically designed locations to conduct interviews/interrogations and statement analysis to interpreting verbal and physical behaviors that indicate deceit.

Steve will provide proven techniques that help identify and counter attempts at deception:

• Statement Analysis: Learn to filter what people are telling you in a way that helps determine whether their comments are designed to help you get to the truth or drive you from it.

• Strategic Questioning: Learn to craft questions that effectively hone in on areas of concern for a suspect – specifically, information and details they don’t want to give you – and trigger unconsciously nervous behavior that can serve as red flags.

• Developing Themes: Learn to use informational “themes” to help identify information a suspect is giving you that is likely truthful and information and details they want to protect, not reveal.

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