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The importance of Detecting Truth, Deception, and Lies while conducting an Investigative Interview
Key Take Away:
Learn the craft of interviewing using skill, artistry and best practices to understand the psychology of what motivates an interviewee to tell the truth.
Most people believe they can tell when someone is lying, especially if it is someone they know, such as their child, spouse, or a friend. And they probably can. However, they might not have the ability to detect whether someone is telling the truth, is being deceptive, or is lying when conducting an investigative interview training and sitting across from the person for the first time. And if they can, they might not be able to articulate how they reached their conclusion. It is critical that skilled investigator training makes you conduct legally acceptable interviews, evaluate the responses, and be able to articulate their conclusions for the official record.
Why Should You Attend:
Interviewing is not a peripheral task when conducting an investigation. Interview skills is a critical component of an investigation. Investigative Information is gleaned from a variety of sources, i.e. computer data, documents, trace evidence, and of course people. It is people who commit crimes and possess information to assist in the investigative outcome. It is people who have motivations to lie or tell the truth. It is imperative that skilled interviewers are able to follow established best practice interview steps combined with the ability to detect truth, deception, and lies.
Areas Covered In This Webinar:
What Motivates Interviewees to be untruthful or deceptive
What Motivates an Interviewee to be truthful
Established Best Practice Interview Steps
Arranging the Interview
Properly Phrased Questions
Evaluating Responses for truthfulness, deception, or Lies. (Verbal, Non-Verbal, Paralinguistic)
Methods to obtain the truth if deception and untruthfulness is detected
Understanding the Craft of Interviewing
Learning Best Practice Interview Steps
How to Build Rapport
How to Properly Phrase Questions
How to Evaluate Responses
How to follow-up when Deception or Untruthfulness is detected.
Who Will Benefit:
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John E. Grimes
John E. Grimes III MS, CFE, CFI has over 45 years of progressive law enforcement, criminal investigation, fraud examination, loss prevention, leadership, and teaching experience. He began his career with the Baltimore City Police Department where he became a detective in the Criminal Investigation Division (CID). He left Baltimore and became a special agent with the newly created Amtrak Police Department Fraud and Organized Crime Unit. He was then promoted to captain of the CID. In 1993, Mr. Grimes joined the Amtrak Office of Inspector General/Office of Investigations. He was appointed chief inspector in 1999 and retired from service in 2011.
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