Kinesic interview and interrogation is viewed as a multiphase behavioral analysis system used to conduct more effective and efficient interpersonal communications. The foundation of the technique rests on the common everyday behavior of human beings and their diverse communication abilities. Some of these communication skills are learned from a collection of available human behaviors, while other characteristics exist in all human animals.
Finally, the art of interview and interrogation is a skill that is learned, but not from a single lesson, class, or textbook. It is a skill that is practiced, polished, and honed over time, and the successful interviewer and interrogator is one who knows that the learning process never ends. To be a successful and professional interviewer and interrogator, one must be a committed student and professional interviewer and interrogator, one must be a committed student of human behavior. To achieve positive results, the professional interviewer and interrogator must study the process, practice his skills, and use his knowledge in pursuit of the truth.
The attendee will be provided the knowledge and skills to conduct a successful and effective interview with results from The Practical Kinesic Analysis Phase.
Verbal Cues - Identification of symptoms of speech quality and content which give the interviewer the most productive body of data necessary to determine truth and deception.
Practical Kinesic Statement Analysis - Assessment of truth and deception through the use of verbal cues coupled with methods of human recall and symptoms made self-evident in the statement taking process.
Body Language Cues - The observable body language cues of deception that is unbalanced or inconsistent in relation to the speech cues or emotional symptoms generated by the subject at the same time.
Kinesic Subject Control - Discussion of various techniques available to the interviewer to take control and command of the interview environment. From proxemics to mirroring - the use of enhanced information gathering skills.
Confession Behaviors - Identification and recognition of the verbal and nonverbal acceptance cues generated by a subject who is prepared to give an admission of confession.