Federal Justice

Cognitive Interviewing, Communication & Influence (Apr 2019)

This course introduces the art of cognitive interviewing using neuro-linguistic programming techniques. Students learn how to interview suspects, witnesses, and victims more effectively, as well as to observe brain-based deception behavior in both face-to-face and virtual communications. Topics include influence and persuasion with difficult witnesses and suspects, interpretation of body language for deceit and truthfulness, and best practices for testimony and reframing cross-examination.

Understanding Cellular Intercept (Webinar)

This webinar is intended for LAW ENFORCEMENT personnel: those who are directly attached to or work in support of a law enforcement agency. Please register using your agency-issued email. TrustComm provides cellular intercept capabilities to the field. This webinar will be an introduction to this type of technology, how it works and how it supports law enforcement, military and first responders in meeting the mission.

ScanWriter: Smart, Clean and Actionable Data in an Instant (Webinar)

This webinar will demonstrate the features and capabilities of the latest version of Personable’s ScanWriter tool as well as integration with Microsoft’s Power BI. ScanWriter automates manual data entry from any electronic document, which improves productivity and efficiency.

Cognitive Interviewing & Courtroom Testimony (Webinar)

Have you ever wanted to communicate more effectively? Relate better to the jury while testifying? Be more successful and obtain more information while interviewing? This webinar will give participants techniques and insight on how to employ cognitive interviewing skills to interview suspects, witnesses, and victims. Participants will gain a better understanding of human behavior as it relates to neuroscience and become more effective in obtaining information and having suspects, witnesses, and victims cooperate.

Webinar - The Changing Nature of Crime and Criminal Investigations

Crime is evolving rapidly, creating new challenges for law enforcement agencies. By using computers, communications platforms, and other technologies, criminals commit crimes that were unheard of a decade or two ago, while also finding different ways to commit traditional crimes. For law enforcement agencies to keep up in this new environment, they must change their approach to criminal investigations. Physical evidence and witness statements are no longer sufficient in many cases.

Emerging Legal Issues in Tech: From the Cloud Act to Hacking Back

This webinar is intended for LAW ENFORCEMENT personnel: those who are directly attached to or work in support of a law enforcement agency. Please register using your agency-issued email.

This webinar will discuss the following topics:

  • The Cloud Act,
  • Border Searches of Technology,
  • Right to be Forgotten,
  • Revisions to Federal Rules of Evidence,
  • Hacking Back and the Law, and
  • Compelled Decryption.

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