Forensic Interviewing Techniques - 5 November, KL

By: MgDelxis Group LLP  19/09/2008
Keywords: Human Capital Development

A study published by Professor Robert Feldman of the University of Massachusetts in the Journal of Basic and Applied Psychology, found that 60% of people had lied at least once during a 10-minute conversation, saying an average of approximately 3 "inaccurate things".

When interviewing witnesses, suspects and informers, effectiveness and efficiency are two critical elements of all investigations. Time, money and valuable efforts can be easily wasted through the failure of an interviewer to conduct a thorough interview and accurately evaluate the credibility of the information gained from the interviewee.

Through the use of video presentations, live demonstrations and scenario exercises, our fraud investigator with over 30 years of experience will provide you practical insights into the concepts of Kinesic and Cognitive Interviewing. Specific cases from Southeast Asia, North America and APAC region will be used to demonstrate how interviewing techniques can be successfully applied in any cultural context of business environment.

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Keywords: Human Capital Development

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