Event Phone: 256-782-5918
- July 20, 2020 - July 24, 2020
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
July 20-24, 2020
8:30AM – 4:30PM
JSU McClellan Center, Auditorium
100 Gamecock Drive, Anniston, AL 36205
**This training free to all law enforcement**
To register please call 256-782-5918
Or visit our website at www.jsu.edu.ceo
Participants will learn how to:
o Improve skills in reading emotions and other nonverbal behaviors
o Improve their ability to spot clues to potential deception via nonverbal behaviors. Participants learn which nonverbal behaviors have been scientifically proven to be associated with truthfulness and deception and which have not (yet remain as stereotypic myths about clues to deceit)
o Understand the scientific principles of statement analysis and have a better understanding of human memory and language
o Know the scientifically validated markers of credibility
o See how statement analysis can be leveraged in interactions to further ascertain whether accounts for events are credible through observation of video and transcript analysis
o Practice and hone their own skills at conducting statement analysis on new examples
o Conduct investigative interviews by combining two heretofore independent investigative interviewing techniques – statement analysis and nonverbal behavioral analysis.
o Utilize the combined techniques, to gain insight into an individual’s thoughts, motivations, and ideas, and to evaluate truthfulness and detect deception.
o Improve the quality and substance of their interviews, regardless of the context, including a protocol (or guideline) for conducting interviews based on the combined techniques.
Meet the Instructor: Lisa Skinner
Lisa G. Skinner is a retired Federal Bureau of Investigation Supervisory Special Agent. During her 27 years as a Special Agent with the FBI, she served in the following Field Offices: Houston, Texas; Washington, D.C.; Tampa, Florida; Seattle, Washington; Knoxville, Tennessee; and Anchorage, Alaska. Her final assignment was as an instructor at the FBI National Academy at Quantico, Virginia.
Skinner’s investigative experience includes: Fugitives; Espionage; Foreign Counterintelligence; Domestic Terrorism; and Civil Rights. In 1994, the Hillsborough County, Florida Bar Association recognized her as the Federal Law Enforcement Officer of the Year. The award was presented for her investigation and the successful prosecution of two active duty U.S. Army personnel for Espionage. She is a graduate of the Department of Defense Polygraph Institute and served as the Polygraph Examiner for the Knoxville and Anchorage FBI Field Offices. Prior to being assigned to the FBI Academy, she served as the Chief Security Officer for the Anchorage FBI Field Office.
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