INVESTIGATIVE INTERVIEWING METHODOLOGIES LIKE YOU HAVE NEVER EXPERIENCED BEFORE

This is an exciting four-week online course, where you will learn how to conduct successful investigative interviews with effective new concepts to acquire confessions from the guilty. We are taking over 25 years of hands-on experience conducting investigative interviews and sharing with you our insights into what contributes to their success and failures.

Students will continue to build upon their interviewing techniques that have previously been learned, identify signs of deception, develop new rationalizations, build rapport and obtain an admission of guilt (or eliminate them as a person of interest). Lastly, we will explore what is needed for a clean separation of employment and/or prosecution.

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Course curriculum

  • 1

    Investigative Interviewing Prep

    • Investigative Methodologies
  • 2

    Effective Interviewing Techniques

    • Interviewing Techniques
  • 3

    Obtaining the Admission

    • Organizational Objectives and Objections
  • 4

    Closing the Interview

    • Investigative Interviewing Course Learnings
  • 5

    Final Exam

    • Final Exam

Course Benefits

Access: 24/7/365 Online Unlimited Access
Credential Earned: Certificate of Completion
Availability: Desktop, Mobile, Tablet
CPE Credits: Included
Nationally Recognized Credential: NASBA, NICE, & More
Live Mentors: Available 9-9PM CST via Chat

Please note: To be eligible for CPE credit, you must complete the course and final exam within one year of enrollment Please be advises that you may only claim CPE credit for a course once after the certificate of completion is issued. The certificate of completion is valid for 2 years.

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Very thorough. I like how he emphasized the importance of connecting with the individual. remembering it could have been us that made that mistake    

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