25 October 2017
Date:25/10/2017 - 27/10/2017 8:00AM-5:00PM
Eliciting Effective Interviews-Interrogations Course (TCOLE #2029) - (10-25-17 to 10-27-17)

LOCATION:                    Midland PD Firing Range - Midland

CLASS DATES:               October 25 - 27, 2017

TIME:                              8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

HOURS:                          24

COST:                             N/A

STUDENT LIMIT:           40

Eliciting Effective Interviews and Interrogations draws upon the most universally recognized strategies to enhance successful I & I processes. It differs from the all-popular B.A.I.T. class by focusing on the complete examination of the verbal and non-verbal aspects of interviews and interrogations without the thorough survival explorations of B.A.I.T. This class will enhance I & I techniques toward a successful conclusion regardless of attendee experience.

Attendees will learn how to detect verbal and non-verbal deception, determine truthfulness, examine the real meaning of rapport, understand stress and anxiety, how to ask effective questions, prevent false confessions, understanding influence, and have an effective I & I strategy to apply to any situation. This course includes with an entire day exploring the I&I format and each attendee will receive a copy of Steve’s book, Eliciting Effective Interviews and Interrogations, An ISS Course Guide. 

Steven Varnell has utilized, researched, instructed, and wrote on conciliation techniques for decades. A wide variety of methods, role-play, video examination, and behaviors demonstrate these effective measures.

This course is open to federal, state and local law enforcement officers. Criminal intelligence analysts, program analysts and military personnel assigned to counterdrug activities in a HIDTA may also attend on a space-available basis.    A course enrollment form will be sent to you.


Eliciting Effective Interviews Interrogations Flyer

Eliciting Effective Interviews - Registration Form

Antoinette Flores - antflores@epcounty.com
(915) 532-2560 or fax (915) 532-9931

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