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Statement Analysis Seminar
Friday, February 22 2013

 Sponsor: Roswell Georgia, Police Department

 

Website: http://www.statementanalysis.com/roswell
Description: In this one day seminar, Mark McClish will share his Statement Analysis® techniques on how analyze a verbal and written statement to detect deception and to gain additional information. Even though people may lie and withhold information their words will betray them. People will give you more information than what they realize. This is because there are usually several ways you can phrase a statement. People will ! unknowingly word their statement based on all their knowledge. Therefore, their statement may include information they did not intend to share. The key to detecting deception is to listen to what people are saying and to know what to look for in their statement. Participants will examine statements and learn how to apply the Statement Analysis techniques.

Location: Alpharetta, GA Address: 11565 Maxwell Rd. City: Alpharetta State: GA Zip: 30009
Contact: Mark McClish Phone: 252 364-5375 Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

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