ONLINE TRAINING

Interview & Interrogation Series: Module 1: In Action – A Case Study

Interview & Interrogation in Action: Real World Case Study

Mar 09, 2021

09:00 am – 12:00 pm

Hosted By CalibrePLUS

Price
$119.00 (USD)

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CalibrePLUS Online Training Live Online,   secure.calibrepress.com (630) 941-0900
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  • March 9, 2021
    9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Venue Phone: (630) 941-0900

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Live Online, United States

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
interrogations.

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 1: Interview & Interrogation in Action: Real World Case Study

[Module 1 was presented live on Dec. 2, 2020. If you attended that event this Module will be a repeat]

This module begins the series with Instructor Steve Johnson walking students through a step-by-step discussion, using actual video recordings, of the interview & interrogation processes he was directly involved in that led to the discovery of a missing 17-year-old teen after a 26-year-old teacher confessed to killing her. Although believed to be dead, the girl was actually still alive when investigators found her under leaves in the woods.

Steve will use this gripping incident to answer questions like:

•  How can you prevent false confessions?

•  How can you fully ensure your approach to questioning a suspect is legal?

•  What’s the difference between voluntary and in-custody interviews/interrogations and street vs. interrogation room settings?

•  What’s the best approach to closing an interrogation?

•  What are the qualities of a great interviewer?

•  Why do suspects confess?

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