Dec 8, 2021 | Clackamas, OR | $225.00REGISTER COURSE
Investigative Statement Analysis is a method for detecting likely deceptions and omissions in language. In this concise, practical one day course, students will learn the elements of Statement Analysis and how to apply them for more effective interviews. We will analyze a variety of written and spoken statements – including suspect interviews, press conferences, 911 calls and ransom letters. Because our work is not just to identify deception but to overcome it, we will then discuss how to use a subject’s own language to focus our interviews and investigations.
Investigative Statement Analysis complements investigators’ understanding of interview & interrogation methods and non-verbal communication. This training is designed to enhance the work of detectives and investigators in the areas of: criminal investigations; internal affairs; background investigations; officer-involved incidents; corporate security and human resources investigations. Statement Analysis is particularly useful for investigators whose cases involve telephonic and audio-recorded interviews, transcripts, and written responses – when clues must be found in words alone.
This was, by far, one of the most useful training classes I've attended since becoming an investigator.
This training provided the useful tools necessary for assessing the veracity of a suspected child abuser, which goes a long way in helping to protect children.
Your training gave me the confidence and tools to interview the suspect for over 5 hours and to bring a closure to the case.
The information presented was highly relevant to my job and was presented in a manner that was organized and very easy to digest.
I will continue to use and pass on this information because I really believe in the instructors and their approach.
Effective teaching teams! The presentation of the material was consistently interesting, and intelligent without being too intellectualized.
I highly recommend this training for any Probation staff who have the necessity to interview/interrogate individuals for investigation purposes.
Instructional style is engaging and highly effective.
Your training has made the greatest and most direct impact on my assignment of any training class that I've taken.