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Hands-on Interview and Interrogation Training with Jennifer Lerner

Scenario

Jennifer Lerner is an employee at a research company. She is suspected of taking highly classified documents and has been brought in for questioning. Conduct an interview and interrogation with Jennifer to determine if she is guilty or innocent. If she is found guilty, try to get a confession to understand her motivation for committing the crime.

Interrogation techniques are complex and can lead to devastating results if implemented incorrectly. Investigative mistakes can let criminals go free or result in the prosecution of innocent individuals. Inefficient interviews can also be very costly and time consuming for the organization. Understanding how to effectively interview and interrogate potential suspects can provide cost savings through quicker confessions, increase solid convictions, and protect the organization from the liability of an innocent prosecution.

Users

Law Enforcement,
Security & Investigators

Recommended
Plays

5 - 8
minimum

Average Time
per Session

45 - 60
minutes


Teaching Objectives:

  • Building Rapport with Suspects
  • Identifying Signs of Deception
  • Soliciting Admissible Confessions

Included in Training:

  • A Training Guide with information on interviewing techniques such as, identifying behavioral indicators and understanding signs of deception.
  • A Simulated Conversation with a varied character to prepare learners for interviewing suspects with different levels of guilt, personality, and motivations.
  • Comprehensive Feedback during and after each play to help guide skill development.

Research

Olsen, D. E. (2015, June 22). SIMmersion challenges attendees at police security expo to show their skills in award-winning interview and interrogation training system. PRWeb. Read More

Richmond, S. (2009). Advance technology for interview and interrogation. SIMmersion. Read More

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