***Attention Detectives***
August 9 – 10, 2017
USF C.W. Bill Young Hall (CWY 206)
4202 E. Fowler Ave., Tampa, FL 33620

This 12-hour course (8 hours of instruction on August 9 and
4 hours on August 10) will cover the following topics:
– History of the detection of deception
– Physiological basis of detection of deception
– Proxemics (relationship of interviewer to individual)
– Neuro-linguistic programming
– Qualities of a good interviewer/interrogator
– Verbal and non-verbal traits
– Introduction to statement analysis
– Diagnostic interviewing
– Steps of the interrogation
– Theme development
– Cognitive interviewing
– Role playing (practical application of principles)

Patrick J. Kelly is a retired Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of

Investigation. Mr. Kelly worked as a polygraph examiner for the FBI and has

over thirty-five years’ experience conducting polygraph examinations. He has

been a polygraph consultant for the CIA, DEA and numerous other federal

agencies, as well as an adjunct instructor at the Department of Defense

Polygraph School, specializing in interview and interrogation courses.

To register, visit forensics.usf.edu.
Registration fee: $150
For more information, contact Cpl. Thomas McAndrew:
thmcandrew@gmail.com, 570-233-3212

 

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