Behavior Analysis and Interviewing Techniques - B.A.I.T.
- Oct 10 to Oct 12
Behavior Analysis and Interviewing Techniques (B.A.I.T.) is a process of effective criminal recognition, investigative interviewing, and an essential interrogation format found most effective in information extraction. Considering officers will conduct some form of interview with every encounter, our number one goal is to develop enhanced skills so attendees are more efficient, effective, and observant. As a comprehensive curriculum, B.A.I.T. stresses issues and develops skills related to officer safety, behavioral and verbal response recognition. Attendees learn the concepts and methods associated with effective and rapid behavior recognition, interviewing, and interrogation techniques. These techniques draw upon the safest, universally accepted, and researched systems officers can deploy when conducting any type of interview.