This comprehensive course by two of the leading clinical scholars in the field of investigative interviewing provides practitioners with essential skillsets needed to detect deception. Participants will be taught to use a report-writing model for the assessment and presentation of confession evidence and to select which investigative interview to use for different assessment contexts. Investigative interviews covered include the Assessment Criteria Indicative of Deception (ACID), the Cognitive Interview, and the Reality Interview. Participants will then be taught how to apply the theory of Differential Recall Enhancement to facilitate maximal recall from honest respondents while making deception more difficult and more obvious. Case study interviews and sample transcripts of honest and deceptive statements will be included throughout the training. By the end of the course, participants will be able to interview to facilitate the detection of deception, and possess the skills necessary to detect deception. Presented by the developers of the ACID model, this training is eligible for 14 hours of valuable Continuing Education credit.
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