Interview and Interrogation Course

$495.00

  • Date: November 4-6, 2019
  • Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Place: Indiana State Police Post #52
  • Address: 8468 East 21stStreet Indianapolis, Indiana 46219
Each participant will receive 24 continuing education credit hours. Interviewing solves more crimes than any other technique. When physical evidence or strong witnesses aren't available, a confession subsequent to a skilled interview is the only hope.  You may have only one shot at obtaining a confession.  Learn new techniques and sharpen your existing skills to improve your odds of success in our 3 day training and workshop.  Classroom instruction is supported by practical exercises to reinforce the learning process.  Practical exercises are monitored and evaluated to provide instant feedback to the attendees. After successful completion, you'll receive a certificate of completion and a packet of supporting materials for reference.
Instructors:
Retired Special Agent Kathy Guider FBI - Kathy is a former Special Agent and Supervisory Special Agent of the FBI. For more than 23 years, she served in the Indianapolis Division where she conducted drug, terrorism and white collar crime investigations.  Guider is a Certified Police Instructor. She teaches courses in many areas including Interview and Interrogation, Instructor Development, Hate Crimes, Insider Threat and Statement Analysis locally, nationally and abroad.
 
Retired Supervisory Special Agent James Hammock FBI - Jim received an appointment to the FBI in 1996.  He was assigned to the Washington Field Office and was assigned to a violent crime task force.  He worked a multitude of violations to include: homicides, drugs, car theft/car-jacking, crimes on government reservations, and Crimes against Children,  In 2005, Hammock was promoted to Supervisory Special Agent at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia where he taught both New Agents and FBI National Academy attendees.  His area of expertise and instruction are Interview and Interrogation and HUMINT (source recruitment).  SSA Hammock redeveloped the Interview and Interrogation curriculum while at Quantico and developed a Law Enforcement HUMINT course to teach his fellow law enforcement officers around the world.

 

Course student limit: Class size is limited to 30 participants

Pre-requisite: None

SALE ENDS 10/6/19



Number of People Attending: 15

15 seats available

Category:

Description

$495.00

  • Date: November 4-6, 2019
  • Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Place: Indiana State Police Post #52
  • Address: 8468 East 21stStreet Indianapolis, Indiana 46219
Each participant will receive 24 continuing education credit hours. Interviewing solves more crimes than any other technique. When physical evidence or strong witnesses aren't available, a confession subsequent to a skilled interview is the only hope.  You may have only one shot at obtaining a confession.  Learn new techniques and sharpen your existing skills to improve your odds of success in our 3 day training and workshop.  Classroom instruction is supported by practical exercises to reinforce the learning process.  Practical exercises are monitored and evaluated to provide instant feedback to the attendees. After successful completion, you'll receive a certificate of completion and a packet of supporting materials for reference.
Instructors:
Retired Special Agent Kathy Guider FBI - Kathy is a former Special Agent and Supervisory Special Agent of the FBI. For more than 23 years, she served in the Indianapolis Division where she conducted drug, terrorism and white collar crime investigations.  Guider is a Certified Police Instructor. She teaches courses in many areas including Interview and Interrogation, Instructor Development, Hate Crimes, Insider Threat and Statement Analysis locally, nationally and abroad.
 
Retired Supervisory Special Agent James Hammock FBI - Jim received an appointment to the FBI in 1996.  He was assigned to the Washington Field Office and was assigned to a violent crime task force.  He worked a multitude of violations to include: homicides, drugs, car theft/car-jacking, crimes on government reservations, and Crimes against Children,  In 2005, Hammock was promoted to Supervisory Special Agent at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia where he taught both New Agents and FBI National Academy attendees.  His area of expertise and instruction are Interview and Interrogation and HUMINT (source recruitment).  SSA Hammock redeveloped the Interview and Interrogation curriculum while at Quantico and developed a Law Enforcement HUMINT course to teach his fellow law enforcement officers around the world.

 

Course student limit: Class size is limited to 30 participants

Pre-requisite: None

SALE ENDS 10/6/19



Number of People Attending: 15

15 seats available

Category:

Description

  • Date: November 4-6, 2019
  • Time: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
  • Place: Indiana State Police Post #52
  • Address: 8468 East 21stStreet
    Indianapolis, Indiana 46219

Each participant will receive 24 continuing education credit hours.

Interviewing solves more crimes than any other technique. When physical evidence or strong witnesses aren’t available, a confession subsequent to a skilled interview is the only hope.  You may have only one shot at obtaining a confession.  Learn new techniques and sharpen your existing skills to improve your odds of success in our 3 day training and workshop.  Classroom instruction is supported by practical exercises to reinforce the learning process.  Practical exercises are monitored and evaluated to provide instant feedback to the attendees. After successful completion, you’ll receive a certificate of completion and a packet of supporting materials for reference.

Instructors:

Retired Special Agent Kathy Guider FBI – Kathy is a former Special Agent and Supervisory Special Agent of the FBI. For more than 23 years, she served in the Indianapolis Division where she conducted drug, terrorism and white collar crime investigations.  Guider is a Certified Police Instructor. She teaches courses in many areas including Interview and Interrogation, Instructor Development, Hate Crimes, Insider Threat and Statement Analysis locally, nationally and abroad.

 

Retired Supervisory Special Agent James Hammock FBI – Jim received an appointment to the FBI in 1996.  He was assigned to the Washington Field Office and was assigned to a violent crime task force.  He worked a multitude of violations to include: homicides, drugs, car theft/car-jacking, crimes on government reservations, and Crimes against Children,  In 2005, Hammock was promoted to Supervisory Special Agent at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia where he taught both New Agents and FBI National Academy attendees.  His area of expertise and instruction are Interview and Interrogation and HUMINT (source recruitment).  SSA Hammock redeveloped the Interview and Interrogation curriculum while at Quantico and developed a Law Enforcement HUMINT course to teach his fellow law enforcement officers around the world.

 

Course student limit: Class size is limited to 30 participants

Pre-requisite: None

SALE ENDS 10/6/19