The New Detectgive course is designed to enhance the effectiveness of the new detectives skills in performing the multi-disciplined, multi-leveled tasks necessary to successfully conduct comprehensive criminal investigations.
We addresses, case review and assignment, Miranda Issues, Interviews, Scene processing, Evidence handling, Search warrants, Charging Documents, Case submission to Prosecutor, and Court Room Testimony.
Forensic Statement Analysis is a tool that is highly effective in the detection of deception in a person’s written or spoken statements. The analysis involves critically examining the word choice, structure, and content of a person’s statement to determine whether it is truthful or deceptive. As people intentionally attempt to be deceitful subconsciously they use different words, phrases, statement structure, and content in their statements. Research by experts in the fields of language, psychology and deception detection has led to the identification of these trends in language that are referred to as "linguistic signals". Using Forensic Statement Analysis you will identify these linguistic signals that differentiate deceptive statements from truthful ones as your suspect subconsciously reveals information they did not intend for you to know.
The INTERVIEW is your personal confirmation of truth or deception by means of body language, statement analysis, and micro expressions presented by the interviewee. As you assess: Are the person’s responses consistent with their answers from other areas of the investigation and documents, and are they consistent with responses from others?
Advanced Forensic Statement Analysis Taking our analysis deeper, it’s all about the words…. More than just the nouns, verbs, and pronouns our writer uses; it is about critically examining WORDS and SENTENCES and does it READ correctly? Is it the Shortest and most Succinct way to say what needs to be said? Does it make SENSE? We will critically analyze and discuss some famous cases, along current affairs in the news, and produce an investigative report of our findings.