The Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation
Presented by: Joseph P. Buckley III, President of John E. Reid and Associates, forensic interviewer, detection of deception examiner, lecturer and consultant
Participants will review three primary topics that can be essential for school administrators, school safety specialists, and law enforcement:
1) Behavior Symptom Analysis; review the verbal and nonverbal behavior symptoms that are displayed by a person who is telling the truth as well as those displayed by a person who is withholding relevant information.
2) Behavior Analysis Interview; review how to phrase and ask behavior provoking questions, and describe the type of answers to anticipate from the truthful and deceptive individuals.
3) Reid Nine Steps of Interrogation; review the interrogation process, beginning with how to initiate the confrontation, develop the interrogational theme, stop denials, overcome objections, and use the alternative question to stimulate the admission.
Joseph Buckley is co-author of three books: The Investigator Anthology; Criminal Interrogation and Confessions; and Essentials of The Reid Technique, as well as numerous articles and papers. He is a contributing author to The Encyclopedia of Police Science and the Encyclopedia of Security Management. He is a member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, the American Society for Industrial Security, the American Management Association, the Chicago Crime Commission, as well as numerous other professional organizations. Mr. Buckley has lectured extensively to law enforcement, government and business groups.
There is no cost for this training. Professional Growth Points, CEU’s and Law Enforcement hours will be available.
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Central High School 5400 North First AvenueEvansville, IN 47710 (***Please park and enter building at Auditorium located on southwest side of building)
school administrators, school staff, school resource officers, law enforcement
Registration begins at 8:00 a.m.Training hours will be 8:30-3:30, with a one hour break for lunch Lunch will not be provided.