We are excited about the training courses being held in Connecticut this year! The series of 4 courses will help improve your ability as an investigator to build rapport more effectively with people, develop an investigative mindset, ask more effective questions and develop a reach accurate and reliable conclusions within your investigations. You will enhance your ability to distinguish between truthfulness and deception, and learn about memory and develop questioning strategies that will effectively draw out more information from victims and witnesses without influencing their recall of information. You will learn the value of looking at and listening to the words people use to assist you in identifying areas in their account that may be deceptive or missing information, and the tools you will leave with will strengthen your investigative interviews and increase your ability to assess the credibility of statements and information more effectively and accurately. Sign up for one...sign up for two...or commit to improving your effectiveness as an investigative interviewer and take the whole series!
May 13th – 15th 2020: "BELIEF Interviewing" Narrative-based investigative interviewing. July 8th – 10th 2020: "Investigative Statement Analysis; Truth through what they SAID" Distinguishing between truthfulness and deception in language. September 23rd – 25th 2020: "Cognitive Interviewing" Enhancing memory and recall during investigative interviews. November 18th – 20th 2020: "Advanced Workshop; Investigative Statement Analysis" Advanced principles and practice on improving your ability using techniques of Investigative Statement Analysis.
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