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Seminar Title:  
Introduction to Effective Interviewing and Interrogation for New Investigators

DATES:  4/29/2019 through 5/1/2019

INSTRUCTOR(S):  Stan Walters

LOCATION:  Nashua Police Department  - 0 Panther Drive, Nashua , NH  03060

HOTEL:  Hampton Inn - Nashua, NH  1-603-883-5333
$110 single/double
identify with IEI to receive discounted rate

COURSE REGISTRATION FEE:  $350.00 Includes all training materials, and a Certificate of Completion.

Instructor Bio

Stan B. Walters “The Lie Guy™”
Master Interview and Interrogation Specialist
National Speakers Association C.S.P.

Stan B. Walters is President of Stan B. Walters & Associates, Inc. He is the author of Principles of Kinesic Interview & Interrogation®, published by CRC Press 1996. The textbook is used for interview and interrogation by several police academies and universities in the U.S. Stan has spent more than 22 years on the research and study of interview and interrogation. He is currently acting as the Subject Matter Expert on interview and interrogation to the Johns Hopkins University. He developed the Practical Kinesic Interview & Interrogation® training series and his extensive research work, training programs and writings have received critical recognition from law enforcement, loss prevention, corrections, and fire service professionals. His work has also received praise from many social and behavioral science professionals throughout the U.S.

Stan has taught for private, local, state and federal law enforcement agencies in over 45 states as well as the U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Probation, the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers, DEA, ATF, the Texas Rangers, U.S. Attorney’s Offices, and U.S. Immigration Service. He has also taught for numerous other educational, professional and criminal justice training organizations and academies throughout the U.S. Course recognized by the American Polygraph Association for continuing education credit.

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Course Objectives

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More and more frequently the quality and accuracy of investigative interviews are receiving greater scrutiny in the courts – both criminal and civil. In the meantime, training in ethical and effective interviewing skillsets are falling further and further behind. In some cases the skillsets being taught and used have changed little in more than 6 decades.

Supreme Court Justice Wm. Brennan noted:
“…a system of criminal law enforcement which comes to depend on the `confession' will, in the long run, be less reliable and more subject to abuses…”

Renowned consumer advocate Ralph Nader noted that interviewing and interrogation tactics used by loss prevention personnel constitutes what he calls “…a corporate abuse.”

The primary goals of this course will enable the new, the nearly new and even the dedicated experienced investigator to:

  1. Develop a solid foundation of skills needed for future interviewing and interrogation success.
  2. Maximize their ability to obtain accurate and content rich statements during interviewing and interrogation.
  3. How to stay current in their interviewing and interrogation skillset.

The content of this course is based on and is supported by extensive empirical research from criminal justice, criminology, and numerous behavioral science sources.

Participants will learn:
  • 4 elements of successful interviews.
  • 3 reasons why interviews fail.
  • How to recover 60% more info from victim, witness, and suspect interviews.
  • The value of identifying cognitive cues versus anxiety cues.
  • Recordation of interviews. The coming trend.
  • Basics of the science of influence.
  • Guarding against contaminated or false statements and confessions.
Who should attend:
  • Law enforcement
  • Fire service
  • Loss prevention
  • Auditors
  • Compliance / regulatory investigators
  • Financial crimes / Fraud
  • Professional Standards
  • Risk management
  • Claims adjusters
  • Health & Safety
  • Accident investigators

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