Advanced Detecting Deception

Interview/Interrogate with Statement Analysis

October 12, 2021 8:00am to October 14, 2021 5:00pm

The Course Overview

3 - Day Course

Forensic  Statement Analysis is a tool that is highly effective in the detection  of deception and the identification of hidden information 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, they use different words, phrases, statement  structure, and content in their statements.

In plain English….  this course will teach you, one technique at a time, how to identify  when and where someone is lying to you in a statement.  Then when you  conduct your interview, based on the findings from your analysis, it can  be much more direct and fruitful.

Using Forensic Statement  Analysis (a series of layered techniques) you will identify the  linguistic signals that differentiate deceptive statements from truthful  ones as your suspect subconsciously reveals information, he or she did  not intend for you to know. This course is very interactive with  significant hands-on, statement analysis practice

Topics Covered

Detecting Deception

The course will examine  verbal and nonverbal communication relating to increasing investigators’  ability to recognize and capitalize on indicators of deception in their  interaction with suspects, witnesses and victims.  Participants will discuss emotion and whether a specific emotion is appropriate for  specific circumstances.  Those in the class will view and discuss real examples via videos and photos of expressions and body language used in high stakes situations.   

Statement Analysis

The course will provide an  in-depth exploration of how and why people choose they words the say or write in various situations.  Students will learn how to analyze word  choice and narrative balance in order to better understand the investigative trail left by anyone who would attempt to deceive.   Participants will also learn to detect indicators of truth-telling to  assist in quickly assessing credibility.  The course will examine the  spoken and/or written words used by real suspects, witnesses and victims  in actual cases worked by the instructors.

This portion of the  course will allow students to analyze actual written statements and  determine areas of truthfulness and areas that may need further  exploration.  Since these statements are from actual past investigations  the outcomes are known so your evaluation can gain real and factual feedback. 

Interview and Interrogations 

“If you’re  going to interview, interview. If you’re going to interrogate,  interrogate.” There are two important parts of this lesson. The first is  that there are significant procedural differences between interviewing  and interrogation. The second is that if these procedures are  intermingled, the investigator will often be ineffective in  accomplishing the goals of either one.

This portion will discuss question formulation how to interact with a suspect for a confession. 

Speakers

Mark Bailey Major USMC Ret.

Formal Education:

North Carolina State University – BA, Criminal Justice/Political Science

FBI National Academy – 251st Session

Marine Corps University – MA Military Studies

Licenses and Certifications:

POST Certified Missouri Peace Officer since November 2016– POST ID # 66656

Licensed/Insured Private Investigator since April 2017– Missouri License # 2017011485

Mark is currently a partner in the firm of Weber & Associates. The firm provides consultation for law enforcement agencies and truth verification and investigative services for insurance companies, attorneys, and financial institutions. Weber & Associates develops and presents law enforcement training to jurisdictions throughout the Midwest. Most of the firm’s training focuses on the staffing and operations of jail facilities with special emphasis on practices that limit the facility’s liabilities in connection with conditions of confinement.

Mark’s advanced training includes the FBI National Academy’s Interviewing and Interrogations Advanced Seminar, Interviewing Strategies through Statement Analysis and Analysis of Verbal and Nonverbal Communication courses. He has also completed the Internal Affairs Investigator’s Course, the Hostage Negotiation Commander’s Course and the High Threat Protective Operations Course. Mark has been certified by the National Institute of Truth Verification, qualifying him to administer computer voice stress analysis as a method of detecting deception.

Mark has served as a Watch Commander, Special Operations Officer, Services Officer, Patrol Division Commander and as Chief of Police for two Marine Corps Installations. He has enjoyed passing along leadership lessons and operational experience, serving those who serve since joining the firm in the winter of 2016.


Location Information

  • Mid-States Organized Crime Information Center
  • 2255 W Sunset, Springfield, MO, 65807 US

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  • This 3-day course is a hands on statement analysis course. Students will be analyzing numerous actual statements both verbal and written throughout the course . Limited Availability.

  • This 3-day course is a hands on statement analysis course. Students will be analyzing numerous actual statements both verbal and written throughout the course .


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