3-Day Program

The Reid Technique of Investigative Interviewing and Positive Persuasion for Non-Law Enforcement

Monday May 24th, 2021 • Baltimore, MD

Description

In order to meet the needs of those organizations and individuals who conduct investigative interviews but may not engage in accusatory interrogation, John E. Reid and Associates has developed a specialized three day training program entitled, 'The Reid Technique of Investigative Interviewing and Positive Persuasion'. This new training program consists of two phases. Phase one focuses on how to most efficiently and effectively conduct a non-accusatory investigative interview, and how to assess the credibility of the information that was developed during the interview. Phase two of the process involves the use of The Seven Steps of Positive Persuasion to motivate the subject to want to tell the truth regarding information they perceive as being incriminating.

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Fees

Attendees Price
1 $625.00
2-4 $555.00
5+ $445.00
1 with GSA Discount $410.00
1 with RPGA Discount $500.00

POST Information:

TEST; each course participant must pass an examination administered by Reid and Associates to receive the course credit for POST approved programs.

3-day Seminar The Reid Technique of Investigative Interviewing and Positive Persuasion for Child Abuse Investigations - John E. Reid and Associates, Inc. is authorized by the Board of Social Work Examiners in Maryland to provide social work continuing education and maintains full responsibility for this program. This training qualifies for 20.0 Category I continuing education units.

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Program Information

Event times and contact information.

Dates
May 24th - May 26th, '21
Location
Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor Camden Yards
(410) 962-0202
110 South Eutaw Street

Baltimore, MD 21201
Daily Hours
8:00am-3:00pm
Contact Info
Chicago Office
800-255-5747
ext 14 or 24

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