Detective Jon Rappa explains the Interview & Interrogation course, how it was designed, and how he works with Advanced Police Concepts on other projects.
Truth vs Confession
Confrontation vs Non-confrontation
Conducting ethical interrogations
Avoiding false confessions
Stress vs deception
Interview and timeline
Persuasion and influence
Tactical introduction of evidence
This is not your average Interview & Interrogation Class. Hours of small video clips will be shown to demonstrate the techniques and show that the techniques work. Most of our videos show our instructors conducting the interrogations so you know we practice what we preach and the techniques really do work!
We train the student to recognize stress caused by deception as well as the possible verbal, non-verbal, and language indicators of truthful & non-truthful people.
We also teach the pitfalls when investigators over-rely on traditional “detecting deception” practices.
We train the student the importance of building rapport, obtaining a timeline, techniques designed to encourage dialogue, and avoiding false confessions.
At the end of our course, the student will have all the necessary tools to obtain as much information as possible from witnesses, victims, and criminal suspects.
We teach numerous methods to strengthen Theme-Based Interrogations and other truth enhancing techniques designed to effectively close the interrogation with the truth.
We teach the importance of conducting ethical interrogations and exonerating innocent persons from suspicion.
December 3-4, 2020