$500 This fee will allow for up to 40 attendees to participate in the webinar
Interviewing suspects and victims is a daily part of law enforcement and caseworker activity and is a crucial part of discovering facts about an allegation.
Effective interviewing involves understanding when interviewees are being truthful and when they are being deceptive. Since the natural reaction to committing a crime often entails attempting to avoid prosecution it’s equally important to understand how to properly motivate someone to provide an open and honest account of what happened and why. Interviewing even guilty people does not have to become a hostile encounter in order to be effective. Often, the law enforcement officer or caseworker only gets one chance to talk to a suspect. It is important to obtain a truthful account of the event being investigated.
This webinar will teach participants to identify verbal and non-verbal deception indicators, recognize how people’s attitudes differ when they are deceptive versus truthful, and how behavioral analysis can reduce the number of suspects.