Linguistic Statement Analysis Technique (LSAT)-Basic
This program will instruct the student on the technique of effectively detecting deception, truthfulness and identification of hidden information in a subject's written or spoken statement. The Linguistic Statement Analysis Technique (LSAT) involves scientifically examining the word choice, structure and content of a subject's statement to determine whether it is truthful or deceptive as opposed to the traditional emotional manner of rationalizing the event's in the subject's story. Student's will also learn how to develop and use the LSAT Investigative Questionnaire or "IQ". Using the IQ, one investigator can "interview" an unlimited number of suspects at the same time for virtually any offense thereby narrowing the suspect list in a manner of minutes. The program is interactive with significant hands-on, statement analysis practice.
Featured instructor: Bob Shaffer
London instructor(s): Wayne Wiggins
||Private security cost
|August 18 - August 20, 2014
||Add $25 per course day
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