When: April 30 to May 11, 2012
Where: Double Eagle Resort, June Lake, CA
Analytic Interviewing is a dynamic multi-dimensional system of questioning and eliciting the truth from suspects, witnesses and any other subject of interest. The techniques taught in the analytic interviewing course are built upon over 40 years of scientific research and validation through real-life application by professionals such as law enforcement, regulatory inspectors, attorneys, intelligence agents and investigators.
Now you can learn and teach the same techniques that the best investigators and interrogators have been using for decades!!
During the two week course, through hands on instruction, students learn the techniques of interviewing and detecting deception while building the skills of observation, rapport building, understanding of behavioral cues, question formulation and interview preparation. The mastering of these techniques will provide the interviewer with the expertise to be his or her own Lie Detector.
Upon completion of the course, students will understand the principles of Analytic Interviewing and be able to:
- Establish and maintain rapport with others
- Understand and read another person's nonverbal communication and masked signs of emotion
- Recognize signs of deception
- Maximize the completeness and accuracy of memory recall from witnesses and victims
- Lean how to formulate questions and when to ask them
- Motivate individuals to tell the truth
If you are a professional trainer or work in a professional field where interviewing and finding the truth is the core of your job you are invited to learn the Analytic Interviewing System developed by James J. Newberry. The Train-the-Trainer course is available only once a year and brings together the top instructors to deliver a dynamic one of a kind course.
Register now for the two week course offered April 30th – May 11th, 2012 at the Institute of Analytic Interviewing’s official training site, The Double Eagle Resort and Spa, June Lake, California. The cost for the course is $6000 and a 50% non-refundable deposit is required at time of registration to hold your spot. The cost of the course includes all meals, lodging instructional and instructor support materials for the complete two week duration – a $2200 value!
The Analytic Interviewing course is internationally recognized and taught worldwide to agencies and organizations. The Analytic Interviewing course has been adopted by the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, the Oakland PD , The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), the London Metropolitan Police, the Serious Organized Crime Agency in the UK and is currently being taught at a number of federal agencies across the US.
Analytic Interviewing incorporates the cognitive interview into the British P.E.A.C.E. model, which when followed provides a framework that enables interviewers to plan, prepare and conduct an open minded, structured and effective interview, that will not contaminate the subject. This is the bedrock of the interview process. The next ingredient in Analytic Interviewing is building rapport to encourage the subject to engage in the interview process and once engaged, using the scientifically proven memory retrieval techniques incorporated in the cognitive interview. The conditions are then in place to utilize the remaining sophisticated techniques taught in Analytic Interviewing and include reading non-verbal signs of communication, identifying hidden signs of emotion and recognizing signs of deception. Although, each of these subjects can be taught as an independent module, when combined, they make for a very powerful interviewing model.
The Cognitive Interview
The CI was developed by Drs. Geiselman and Fisher for use with co-operative witnesses and victims of crime. However, the basic protocol of the CI has been shown highly effective in interviewing potential suspects. The CI is designed to elicit large amounts of information from subjects, whether truthful or deceptive. Elements of the CI protocol, such as reverse order recall, can be used to highlight indicators of deception such as body language cues.
- Planning & Preparation
- Engage and Explain
- Account, Clarification, and Challenge
Building Rapport and Maintaining Control
The role of rapport in the interview process is one of the most important building blocks to eliciting information and finding the truth. Research in the 1970’s discovered that the really successful therapists had great rapport with their patients. This success has been replicated in other professions where interviewing plays a pivotal role.
Understanding the motivation and intent behind potential sources of information can give insight into the assessment of the individual and the interview process. This should not be seen as straightforward, given the range of factors that may be driving the individual. There is an on-going need for assessment. Such motivating factors will range anywhere from the malevolent driven by revenge or greed, to the more benevolent driven by a sense of justice or patriotism.
Signs of Deception
The training program teaches the handler to read and understand signs of hidden emotions as well as verbal and behavioral leakage that will enable him or her to better assess the accuracy and truthfulness of the informant and the information. Subtle emotional expressions, universal across cultural lines, are taught to prepare students to accurately assess the source, as well as potentially violent or difficult interactions.
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The art or process of elicitation is experienced in this course. The word “experienced” is used because that is what the student called upon to do, experience through hands-on training. Through this method of learning, each individual student is asked to subject himself to sensitive personal issues and to experience the feelings like those of any person being interviewed or interrogated.
Through this experience, students gain insight into the behavioral responses of others and learn to read the symptoms they project. None of this is done to embarrass or offend any individual, but to enhance awareness.
To successfully learn to become a better interviewer, each student must participate in the training. The manual is designed to assist individuals in practicing what they have experienced and learned.
**Students will be require to complete a pre-course reading assignment. Upon course registration you will be given the assignment.
The Institute currently has nstructors throughout the United States, Europe and Australia at its disposal. The Analytic Interview Course has been adopted by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, theOakland, California Police Department, and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF), the London Metropolitan Police, and the Serious Organized Crime Agency in the UK.
80 Hour Training Schedule
TRAIN THE TRAINER COURSE
The Institute of Analytic Interviewing conducts an 80-hour train the trainer course at the Double Eagle Resort and Spa located at June Lake, California. The cost is $6000.00 per student. The cost includes lodging and meals and all training material. There are no royalties associated with this training. The agencies are free to put their logo on the manual. Those students not associated with a government agency will be required to sign a licensing agreement and pay a 10% royalty off each course.
Objectives: The students will learn the principles of Analytic Interviewing and how to give instructions in those principles tailored to their agency’s needs as well as the ability to give instruction in the 40 hour Analytic Interviewing Course.
- The student will learn to recognize signs of deception.
- The student will learn to recognize hidden signs of emotion and how to use that ability to enhance rapport and find the truth.
- The student will learn to recognize personality traits and how to interview subjects based on those traits.
- The student will learn how memory works and how to obtain the maximum amount of truthful information from witnesses.
- The student will learn how to use the skills learned in Analytic Interviewing to recruit sources of information and evaluate the information obtained.
- The student will learn the ability to train others in Analytic Interviewing and tailor that training to fit the need of the individual, i.e. undercover agents; case officers; homicide detectives, etc.
Each student will be required to teach a segment of the training material and will be evaluated on his or her ability to teach. Each student will be instructed on how to develop lesson plans and course outlines. Instructor manuals will be provided to each student to include CD necessary to conduct the 40-hour course.
About the Institute of Analytic Interviewing
The Institute of Analytic Interviewing is dedicated to excellence in training. Its instructors are committed to teaching professional investigators and intelligence officers the latest skills proven effective in the field. It is a basic tenet that the primary job of investigators is to find the truth. It is the responsibility of every instructor and every student to uphold this premise. The members of the institute are dedicated to changing the mind set of law enforcement from that of getting a confession to finding the truth.
The Institute has over 20 core instructors worldwide. The Train the Trainer course available only once a year brings together a select group of top instructors to deliver a dynamic and multi-dimensional experience.