INTERVIEWS AND STATEMENT ANALYSIS

Event Phone: 205-759-3000

  • August 29, 2017 - August 31, 2017
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Register at: http://cpsireg.spcollege.edu/og_register.aspx?23054

INTERVIEWING TRANSNATIONAL OFFENDERS – INTERVIEWS AND STATEMENT ANALYSIS
Obtaining intelligence on transnational crime is critical during all phases of an investigation. HUMINT has proven to be one of the most effective methods in gathering information, especially with the use of effective interview and interrogation techniques. The goal of this course to familiarize both new and seasoned military and law enforcement investigators with the various disciplines of detecting deception when engaged with face to face interviewing. This is accomplished though learning to recognize non-verbal body language, eye-assessing cues (neurolinguistics), and by being introduced to the newest form of conducting a detailed analysis of verbal and written statements. This unique course offers investigators insight as to what a person is actually saying, and, most importantly, what they are not saying. Attendees are challenged to analyze a variety of written statements to evaluate their validity and the value of the information contained when dealing with transnational offenders/suspects engaged in terrorism, drug trafficking, and money laundering. The students will also view multiple recorded sessions of actual interviews. The students are also invited to participate in group and individual class assignments involving factual cases.
Course topics include:
 Avoiding interviewing pitfalls
 Mandated interview questions
 Verbal lie detection
 Analyzing verbal and written statements
 Open and closed end questions
 Dignity and confession
 Teaching the subject to lie
 Establishing a “Power of Influence”
 Non-verbal body language
 Understanding the common myths of Miranda
 Evasive verbal response
 Voluntary confessions
August 29 – 31, 2017
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Hosted by the
Law Enforcement Academy Tuscaloosa
**NO COST** Tuition Free thru MCTFT!
Training provided through the National Guard Counterdrug Training Program
Instructor Gary Aschenbach is a twenty-five year retired detective from the Maryland State Police. His assignments included patrol, undercover operative, criminal investigator, supervisor, and state wide training coordinator. His experience and continued training led to his development of his Interview and Interrogation program. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland’s Behavioral Science program, a graduate of the “School of Police Staff and Command”, and has successfully attended training from recognized experts such as John Reid and Associates, Avinoam Sapir, Wendall Rudacille, Stan Walters, Dale Carnegie, and the FBI, to name a few. Gary is recognized internationally as an expert in the field of interviewing and statement analysis. Gary authored the forward of “Visions of Courage”, a true life story of Bobby Smith, a Louisiana State Trooper who was blinded by an assailants shot gun blast to the face. His analysis of an overturned case from a suicide to the homicide of a former Washington State Trooper is published in “Where Murderers Walk Free”. He received an honorable mention for his contributions in the case by Anne Rule in her book “In the Still of the night”.

Location: Law Enforcement Academy Tuscaloosa
7601 Robert Cardinal Airport Road, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401
Questions? Sgt. Jacobs, wjacobs1@tuscaloosa.com, 205-759-3000

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7601 Robert Cardinal Rd,, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 35401, United States