Event Detail2018-08-04T15:43:11+00:00
Seminar Title

Analyzing Written Statements

Dates of Events

09/09/2019 through 09/10/2019

Last Updated: 08/29/2019
Instructor(s): Mark A. Hall
Location: Lexington Police Department - 111 Maiden Lane, Lexington, SC 29072
Hotel: Comfort Suites - 325 West Main Street, Lexington, SC 29072
Course Registration Fee: $295
Instructor Bio
Course Objectives
Course Overview:
Analyzing Written Statements
Enhancing Your Interview and Interrogation
Course Objectives:
This (16) hour school is for the criminal investigator who wishes to expand his/her techniques in the field of Interview and Interrogation. Each student will learn to take and analyze written statements for signs of veracity and deception. The student will then learn how to apply this technique to the traditional interview and interrogation. This is a hands-on class. The majority of the class will be spent analyzing written statements from criminal investigations. The following areas of analysis will be covered:
·  History & Theory
·  Miranda
·  Documentation of Statements
·  Balance of a Statement
·  Test of Veracity
·  Analysis of Nouns
·  Analysis of Pronouns
·  Analysis of Adjectives
·  Analysis of Adverbs
·  Analysis of Verbs
·  Unique Words and Phrases
·  Documentation of Interviews and Interrogations
Students are encouraged to bring statements from active or previous investigations for analysis
I. Miranda VI. Testing the Statement
a. Veracity
 Analyzing Statements b. Balance
a. Definition c. Nouns
b. Origin d. Pronouns
e. Verbs
 Contamination f. Adjectives
g. Adverbs
IV. Information Types h. Logic
a. Investigative
b. Subconscious VII. Scoring the Statement
c. Veracity
d. Deception VIII. Documentation of
 Information Provided by the
Writer IX. Verbal Interviews
a. Complete Deception
b. Partial Truthfulness
c. Combination
d. Complete Deception