This course is designed to complement and enhance the NCTC Behavioral Analysis/Interrogation training initiative. This course relies on participant interaction with peers and role-players to simulate the techniques and practices presented by the instructor. Students will be critiqued and analyzed through video-taped role-playing scenarios.

Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to:

  • Review and confirm the information (vocabulary, techniques, processes, etc.) from Interview and Interrogation.
  • Use neuro-linguistic/eye assessment training to determine what primary representational system an individual uses during everyday interactions with others as well as determination of eidetic and/or creative assessment into their long-term memories.
  • Understand the historical background for neuro-linguistic/eye assessment training as well as the practical application regarding law enforcement interactions and its use during the interview and interrogation milieu.
  • Improve methods of approach and investigative development.

Prerequisite: NCTC Certificate of Completion for Interview and Interrogation.

Course Length: 3 days/24 hours.

Who May Attend: Law/Code Enforcement, Corrections, Military (SF and MP only). Exceptions (I7I-115SFS [WI] Authorized).