Seminar Title

Online-Phase 2 Interview and Interrogation for New Detectives - Criminal Investigators - First Responders

Dates of Events

03/22/2022 through 03/22/2022

Last Updated: 01/10/2022
Instructor(s): Stan Walters
Course Registration Fee: $175
Instructor Bio
Stan Walters
Stan B. Walters “The Lie Guy™”
Stan B. Walters has spent nearly 4 decades studying and researching the science of interview and interrogation. He is the author of
Principles of Kinesic Interview and Interrogation, 2d, ed., The Truth About Lying: How to Spot a Lie and Protect Yourself From Deception, and Practical Kinesic Interview and Interrogation® Pocket Guide. Stan maintains a personal library of 1500+ video taped interviews of inmates in 36 prisons in 17 states and one foreign country and the US Military Detention Barracks at Ft. Leavenworth.
Stan worked on ground breaking credibility research project conducted at John Jay College. The research was in association with the US Naval War College ,NYPD, and the Queens, Manhattan & Bronx District Attorneys’ Offices. He has also served as an interviewing and interrogation subject matter expert for Johns Hopkins University.
Stan has more than 50,000 hours on the platform as an instructor. Among others, he provides training for the National Security Agency and is an Adjunct Instructor for Defense Intelligence Agency – National Center for Credibility Assessment. He has trained US Army 1
st, 4th and 25th Infantries, US Army Special Forces, 101st and 82nd Airborne, 1 Cavalry & 1 Armored Divisions, Intelligence & Counter-Intelligence, and as a guest instructor at US Army CID - MP School. He has taught USAF OSI., SERE.,Security Forces, and US Navy EOD. Some other notable clients include Texas Rangers, US Postal Inspectors, Marshals Service, Secret Service – Polygraph, FBI – Polygraph, Treasury – Inspector General, DFW Airport SWAT, Texas Rangers SWAT, Texas D.P.S. SWAT, Kentucky, Nebraska, & Pennsylvania State Police, Kansas Bureau of Investigation, NASA Inspector General, New York State Police, Singapore Police Force & Military, US Courts, US Indian Police Academy, I.C.E., C.B.P., US C.I.S. International Association of Arson Investigators. Outside the US has has taught for UAE Police & State Security, Calgary Police Service, Canadian Fish & Wildlife, Canadian Securities Commissions. He has also conducted training in Australia, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Germany, Singapore, Russia, and South Korea.
Stan has regularly appeared on major US network news, and on France Channel One and Australia Today. He has been profiled twice on National Geographic and was host and technical advisor on the National Geographic special "The Science of Interrogation."

Course Objectives
Course Overview:
Group Viewing Encouraged: Pay 1 Registration Fee
·Multiple attendees can group view the training from one device only and each attendee will receive a certificate.
·ONLY the registered attendee will receive a link to join the training
(Link will be sent 1-2 Days Prior to the Event)
Quiz & Certificates: Within 24 hours after the live broadcast the registered attendee will receive an email with:
·Quiz link that will need to be forwarded to each person in your group so they may print a certificate after completing the quiz.
·30 Days Access of the Recording (this link may be shared with with others in your department)

Date: March 22, 2022
Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm (Eastern Time) (1 hour lunch and breaks during the day)

What is the “mission” of every first responder, new detective or criminal investigator during any investigative interview? To collect or recover critical information from victims, witnesses and persons of interest and develop the leads necessary to move the investigation forward. The problem however, is that often the interview subject’s current mental and/or emotional state can drastically inhibit the investigator’s ability to collect vital details.

Part One focused on the investigators behavior and how it affects their ability to facilitate the recovery of information and avoid contamination. Just imagine however, the mental and emotional upheaval a victim or witness has experienced or is still experiencing. What are the consequences of failing to recognize a person of interest who is deliberately trying to mislead and sabotage the investigator’s efforts? What if there are updated and more efficient ways to recover critical information than “the way we have always done it.”
Part Two will focus on the behaviors of the subject being interviewed and their possible resistance to the interview AND the interviewer. These are behaviors that interfere with the interviewer’s ability to get the subject to willingly initiate productive response behaviors and provide critical information.
First responders, new detectives or criminal investigators can successfully complete their “mission” of gaining subject compliance and collecting reliable information. They can achieve remarkable results simply by using innovative methods for recognizing and correctly adjusting their tactics based on their subject’s mental and emotional changes during the critical investigative interview.

Participants will get to work on:
A brief review of the Intro course concepts and the Elements of a Successful Interview.
Learn the difference between a “reaction” versus a “response” from your subject.
Recognize the verbal and non-verbal cues of “reaction” and “response” behaviors.
Developing efficient tactics to neutralize the negative reaction behaviors.
Learn a simple formula for composing a persuasive dialogue that encourages subjects to voluntarily initiate a cooperative demeanor.
How to recognize the verbal and non-verbal cues of a cooperative subject.
How to avoid sabotaging your subject’s “response state."

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