Are You Being Misdirected in your Interviews and Interrogations?

When conducting interviews and interrogations, quite often a deceptive person will intentionally misdirect the interviewer. They do this to lead the questioning away from them in at attempt to convince the interviewer that they were not involved in the incident and have no information to provide. They do this right in front of the interviewer and he or she does not even know it! It happens right before their eyes, but they don’t know what to look for so the bad guys and liars slip away undetected. There are a couple things that can help: 1) Knowing how the human mind perceives, interprets and encodes information is extremely important to any interviewer or interrogator, and this can be developed through training in Cognitive Interviewing. 2) Improving your ability to detect deceptive and evasive language in speech and writing, and understand and identify when people are conveying information from memory and when they are trying to convince you that they are innocent. This can be developed through training in Investigative Statement Analysis. Also, to highlight this further, check out this entertaining video from Apollo Robbins:




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