Practical Interrogation Module
Scenario-based interrogation training
Most interrogations fail because of the interrogator’s lack of endurance. This two-day curriculum builds on techniques learned during the initial course allowing the game warden an opportunity to refine individual interrogation abilities through classroom interrogation scenarios. Officers are given actual cases to practice on. Officers successfully completing the initial conference are eligible to enroll.
All participants receive an on-going evaluation from the instructor and other course participants. The content is reinforced with candid discussions regarding involuntary statements, roundtable discussions and analyzing interrogation tapes. The limited class size of 13 allows all participants to actively engage in the simulations.
This is an advanced rigorous course for highly motivated officers.