Investigative Interviewing: Focus on Financial Crime - Part 2 of 2
8.00am until 5.00pm
Castille, Casa Leone, Floriana
Investigative Interviewing is a core skill in any investigation context. The highest standards need to be upheld when conducting interviews of persons suspected of financial crime to any level, and /or professional misconduct. Equally, when interviewing witnesses and 'whistleblowers' to ensure objectivity and justice. Wrongful approaches to interviewing can and do cause serious implications!
Therefore this course is especially designed to overcome common hurdles in interviewing and engage precisely with the attitudes, bluff tactics, and personal nuances of 'financial criminals'
08.00– 0830: Welcome Coffee and Registration
0830: What Investigative Interviewing it is and what it is not!
The ‘PEACE Model.- Planning and Preparation
- Engage and Explain
- Challenging without confrontation!
- Listening….. pacing and pausing
- The ‘TOPS’ technique
‘Lies. Lies. Lies’ – demo
- Advanced skills demo
- Dealing with rambling and evasiveness
- The ‘reverse logic’ demo
- ‘Numbers people’ and fraud
- Dealing with conversational bullies using skilled assertion
- Case Study Briefing
09.15 – 10.30: First interviews
09.30 – 10.45: Break
10.45: Interview Practicals (continued)
12.30 – 13.30: Lunch Break
13.30: - 15.30: Interview practicals - continued
15.30 – 15.45: Break
15.45 – 16:45 Interview practicals - continued
16.45 - 17. 00: De-brief and plenary feedback session
Day 2: Continuation: extended interviews, Evaluations
- Assessment and feedback
About the Trainer:
Ian Ross is a former UK police officer, now a global compliance and risk specialist. As an Accredited investigative interviewing trainer with over 30 years applicable experience, Ian has delivered focused training in interviewing skills to banks, major insurers, regulators, multi-national corporate entities, national police forces and the military.
Projects include training regarding complex money laundering cases, and the first investigative interviewing training to police and dedicated government anti-corruption departments in the EU, Sri Lanka and in numerous African countries. Also supporting organisations in South America with interview training.
Equally, Ian has also provided consolidated support and advisory training to in-house managers and investigators to support interviewing skills addressing misconduct
Candidates may be eligible to claim part of the cost incurred under the Investing in Skills Scheme. Click here for further information. Applications forms must be received by the Investing in Skills Unit at least 21 calendar days before start date of training.
A discounted price is available for students. Booking is subject to availability and on presentation of a valid student card.