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Behavior Recognition Training for Law Enforcement

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  1. tphurlong

    tphurlong MassCops Member

    Behavior Recognition Training for Law Enforcement Officers
    Hosted by:
    Swampscott Police Department, Swampscott, Massachusetts 01907

    When: Tuesday Sept 10, 2019
    Where: Swampscott Police HQ
    Cost: $200.00 per seat
    Time: 0800-1530

    FOR SEATING: Please Contact: Carl Maccario
    Phone: 781-333-0448
    [email protected]
    Checks payable to: Center of Nonverbal Communication 6 Hovey Way, Nahant, Mass 01908

    This training course will consist of the following information:
    § Environmental baseline (deviations from expected norms )

    § Recognizing , decoding and deciphering nonverbal cues for both field and static interviews

    § Verbal and non-verbal indicators of potential deception

    § Cognitive Questioning Techniques (field and static) - highly effective in exposing deception and defeating cover stories

    Course instruction will consist of lecture, slides and real world videos.

    About the presenter:

    Carl Maccario, Co-creator of the TSA Behavior Detection Program.

    Over the last fifteen years Carl has taught extensively to local, State and Federal law enforcement agencies as well as in the Middle East. In addition for more than a decade, Carl has presented training for the United States Department of Defense and Special Operations Community helping to prepare them for traveling into hostile areas of the world. Carl is engaged in this training on a continuous basis and continues to perform this skill set in various operational environments. Carl was also featured in former TSA Administrator, Kip Hawley’s book, “Permanent Emergency”. Carl has been a contributing author to the text book, Nonverbal Behavior: Science and Application and Protecting Airline Passengers in the Age of Terrorism, published by (ABC-CLIO).

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