Sharpen Your Recruiting and Investigations: How to Assess Subject Credibility

January 17, 2019
11:30 AM EST - 1:00 PM EST
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Gillespie Conference & Special Event Center
53995 IN-933
South Bend, IN 46637
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The one-hour presentation focuses on a discussion of the verbal and nonverbal behavior symptoms that are displayed by a person who is telling the truth during a non-accusatory interview, as well as those displayed by a person who is withholding or fabricating relevant information.  The specific behaviors discussed include attitude; posture; significant posture changes; grooming, personal and protective gestures; eye contact; and, verbal responses. The ability to recognize and evaluate these behaviors becomes particularly important in those cases in which the available investigative information does not definitively establish the credibility of the subject. As time permits we will show real life interviews to illustrate the material.

Our speaker is Joseph P. Buckley, President, John E. Reid and Associates. John E. Reid and Associates began developing interview and interrogation techniques in 1947. The Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation is now the most widely used approach to question subjects in the world.



$25.00 Member Ticket

$25.00 Non-member/Guest Ticket

$0.00 2019 Prepaid

$0.00 Student Volunteer