Detecting Truth, Deception, and Lies

Most people believe they can tell when someone is lying…………….but some can’t. For example, an insurance agent representing a BUCA tells their client they receive no other compensation other than the disclosed PEPM fee. How can one tell if this is a lie………………?

Hello, I hope you’re having a great week.

I am extending you the invitations for the live webinar on “The importance of Detecting Truth, Deception, and Lies while conducting an Investigative Interview” that we are hosting with Compliance Key. If you are already registered, I apologize for the extra communication.

I wanted to take a moment to highlight the key features of our webinars and the speaker delivering this session.

Topic: The importance of Detecting Truth, Deception, and Lies while conducting an Investigative Interview
Date & Time: 18th July 2018 at 01:00 PM ET
Duration: 
90 minutes

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Overview:

Most people believe they can tell when someone is lying, especially if it is someone they know, such as their child, spouse, or a friend. And they probably can. However, they might not have the ability to detect whether someone is telling the truth, is being deceptive, or is lying when conducting an investigative interview and sitting across from the person for the first time. And if they can, they might not be able to articulate how they reached their conclusion. It is critical that skilled interviewers know how to conduct legally acceptable interviews, evaluate the responses, and be able to articulate their conclusions for the official record.

Areas Covered in the Session:

Interviewing should be thought of as a craft that involves applying proven steps along with skilled artistry. The objective of an interview is to obtain the truth. An interviewer must be able to detect whether or not the interviewee is providing truthful, deceptive, or untruthful information. This webinar covers the following areas.

  • What Motivates Interviewees to be Untruthful or Deceptive
  • What Motivates an Interviewee to be Truthful
  • Established Best Practice Interview Steps.
  • Evaluating Responses for truthfulness, deception, or Lies. (Verbal, Non-Verbal, Paralinguistic)
  • Methods to obtain the truth if deception and untruthfulness is detected.

 

Speaker’s Credentials:

John E. Grimes III, CFE, CFI is Keynote Speaker at Compliance key Inc. has over 45 years of law enforcement, criminal investigation, loss prevention, fraud examination experience, and teaching experience…read more

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