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Linguistic Statement Analysis Technique-Detecting Deception Written Statement

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Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at 8:00 AM - Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 4:30 PM (MDT)

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The Greater Metro POST Region
Presents
“Detecting Deception in Written Statements”
The Linguistic Statement Analysis Technique

Training Details
Dates: April 18-12, 2017
Location: Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office 200 Jefferson County Parkway
Times: Basic 8:00 a - 4:30 p (12:00 p on 3rd day)
Registration Fee: Free to GMR members
Registration Deadline: April 8, 2017 (After 4/8, call for availability)
Registration and Course Informatio

The LSAT STATEMENT ANALYSIS technique for detecting deception is a unique, highly-relevant and validated technology that answers the most puzzling questions investigators are faced with, even in their most challenging cases. Our students not only become highly proficient at detecting deception, but also learn to use the lie against them to gain confessions. We take a very practical approach to teaching students how the deceptive mind works and to recognize the language strategies people use to lie. LSAT reveals:
 If they did it
 When they did it
 Why they did it
 How to use their own words to compel a confession

About Our Training
Since 1996, LSAT has been recognized as the most trusted provider of statement analysis training in the country. LSAT is a thorough study of the technique, not a superficial 8-hour class. The first four hours of class lay the foundation for linguistic analysis. 18 class hours
consist of hands-on, in-depth examination of the language used by truthful and deceptive people and how that language is be used to assess their credibility. Students analyze seven statements bringing them to of skill level that allows for the effective application of LSAT in criminal

Training Topics:


 Identifying Deceptive Language
 Psychology behind deceptive thought and language
 Examining the statement as a crime scene
 Scoring and final assessment of language evidence
 Analysis-driven investigation strategies
 Analysis-guided interview & interrogation tactics
 Analyses of 7 statements from actual criminal cases.

Instructor Sgt. Bob Shaffer
Sgt. Bob Shaffer has provided high-quality training since
1997 in the U.S., Canada, the Middle East, Singapore and
Mexico. Classes are conducted in comfortable, state-of-the-art facilities, incorporating effective multimedia presentations. All training materials and follow up consultations are included.

 Dep. Cindy Baughman 303-271-5848; cbaughan@co.jefferson.co.us

Training Details
Dates: April 18-12, 2017
Location: Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office 200 Jefferson County Parkway
Times: Basic 8:00 a - 4:30 p (12:00 p on 3rd day)
Registration Fee: Free to GMR members
Registration Deadline: April 8, 2017 (After 4/8, call for availability)

Registration and Course Information:
www.greatermetroregion.org


Register at: www.greatermetroregion.org

Information: Sgt. Bob Shaffer; (970) 776-6236



 


 

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Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office
200 Jefferson County Parkway
Golden, CO 80401

Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at 8:00 AM - Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 4:30 PM (MDT)


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