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Practical Kinesic Interview and Interrogation : A Basic Guide – Updated!

Practical Kinesic Interview and Interrogation : A Basic Guide

2nd Edition of the FREE eBook has been released.

Interviewing and interrogation?  What the latest information on the highly productive narrative-based methods? The popular Practical Kinesic Interview and Interrogation®: A Basic Guide 2nd edition has just been released!

I’ve updated the entire guide from front to back!  Students expressed an interest in a more robust guide.  So I’ve added a lot of the new material that I have been teaching to bring the guide up to a more current review of the 5 – Day Science of Interrogation: Practical Kinesic Interview and Interrogation ® Level 1 & 2 course.

 

If you have only been able to attend the 3 – Day Mastering Narrative-Based Interviewing: Practical Kinesic Interview and Interrogation ® course, you’ll LOVE the 2nd edition!  It has some preview material from the Level 2 course that we were unable to cover. If you attended the 5 – Day course then you like the ability to review key information.

Download your copy here!

There is now 60+ pages of information on Practical Kinesic Interview and Interrogation whereas the previous edition only have 38.  As a bonus, I have included 20+ photos of body language behavior making it easier to visual grasp the behaviors being described.  Here’s more on the content:

Discover what Practical Kinesic Interview and Interrogation® is all about!

  • The 8 Practical Kinesic Principles to Help You Accurately Spot Deception
  • Understand the Significance of Changes in Voice Quality
  • Learn How Verbal Content is Interpreted Correctly
  • How You Can Recognize Your Subject’s Reaction / Response Behaviors
  • How You Can Deal with Your Subject’s Reaction / Response Behaviors
  • Discover How You Could Get 60% More Information using Narrative-Based Interviews
  • Uncover the Real Facts & Myths About Body Language & Deception
  • Learn About Ethical Techniques Used to Get Compliance, Cooperation, Admissions and Confessions.

If you’d like to get a preview of what is different about Practical Kinesic Interview and Interrogation ® versus other accusatory or guilt assumptive styles of interviewing, then this is an easy way to learn a little more.

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Pick up your free ebook Practical Kinesic Interview and Interrogation ®: A Basic Guide 2nd ed.

Make the leap into 21st century methods and techniques that have been scientifically proven to get results.

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Check out my YouTube Channel for 140+ videos on interview and interrogation.

 

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Tips for Recording Interviews

Tips for Recording Interviews

What’s Holding You Back From Recording Your Interviews?

tips for recording interviewsAre you recording your interviews? If not maybe you should be!  The trend for recording interviews is growing on a national level.  There is even some changes on the horizon for some federal agencies to start recording interviews.  At last count 22 states are requiring some type of recording of police interviews and interrogations.  More than 3000 agencies are reportedly also doing some recording. So what is it that is holding you or your agency back?

 

When asked about their experiences with recording interviews, the results were quite surprising!  Almost every single agency said they would never give up the practice.  Despite all the misgivings and concerns about law suits, exposed techniques, or even compromising the “tactics” being used in the interview room, the results have been remarkable.  So maybe what is holding you or your agency back are some concerns about methods, procedures, recording devices and more.

Take a look at Tip # 26 of 101 Tips for Interviewing and Interrogation.  This episode contains some tips for recording interviews.  Many of these tips for recording interviews has come from agencies already using the process and have adjusted their methods, procedures and polices.

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Get ahead of the game with some valuable interviewing tips for every interviewer and interrogator.

Meanwhile, get the Interviewers Playbook and get a head start on all your interviews!

 

Interviewing and Interrogation: Do You “Google” Your Subject? | Tip # 18 of 101 Tips

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Interviewing and Interrogation:

Have you ever thought about “Googling” your subject?

Extensive research has shown that lie signs are in fact quite rare during interviewing and interrogation.  The signs a subject may possibly generate are very faint “signals” and are very brief which makes them hard to spot.  We know that during the interviewing and interrogation of subjects, that even though the subject may be experiencing a high level of “detection anxiety”, they don’t exhibit a large volume of deception signals. 

This is especially true for the stereotypical body language cues that investigators have been taught to look for for decades. In fact, by focusing the majority of their attention on body language lie signs, observers fall victim to “confirmation bias” and can make very egregious errors in spotting deception.  I call it “The Big Foot Syndrome.”  If you “think” you’re going to see signs of Big Foot while you’re out in the woods, then EVERYTHING looks like a sign made by Big Foot! The best and most reliable cues come from verbal content.

Although verbal content is comparatively more reliable than body language cues, detection still requires more effort on the part of the observer / interviewer.

Two things can change the investigator’s success at spotting deception and getting more information during interviewing and interrogation.

  • Don’t focus so much on spotting where the subject is possibly being deceptive.  If you only focus on winning the “you’re lying” battle, the odds are stacked unfavorably against you.  Identify which “topics” seem to give the subject the greatest problems and focus your questions around those issues.
  • As you’re interviewing and interrogation efforts progress, focus your questions around the “topic” areas.  Your goal is to energize any lie symptoms that “may” be present. At the same time, your questions will generate larger amounts of information.

Watch video Tip # 18 “Interviewing and Interrogation | Do You “Google” Your Subject?” and see how you can identify and energize your subject’s hot spots.

 

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