Interpol Tactical Interviewing Training Course
Dr. David Matsumoto, world authority in interpreting nonverbal communication, inaugurated the second phase of the Training Course Evaluation Specialist testimonies and interviews organized by the Ministry of Security and Interpol and addressed to members of police forces Latin America.
The course objective was to strengthen skills and abilities of police interviews have specialist teams to evaluate, analyze and interpret statements from victims, witnesses and defendants, by interpreting the nonverbal behavior of human beings and linguistic analysis of the verbalized expressions.
Dr. David Matsumoto will be responsible for the training of participants. This day was accompanied by the Head of the Regional Bureau of Interpol, Rafael Peña and the National Director of Regional and International Cooperation of the Ministry of Security, Diego Llumà.
“Dr. Sergio Berni, who is a member of Interpol for the Americas, gave us the support to carry out this project and today we have the opportunity to have Dr. David Matsumoto, which is one of the most important personalities in the world this subject, “said Rafael Pena, adding:” The basic idea is that the police incorporate special skills to interpret, through facial and body gestures and signs to help guide both the investigator and the prosecutors and the judges. ”
The first phase of the course was opened by Security Secretary Sergio Berni, in early July this year. At that time, the training sessions were given by the anthropologist (UBA) and Doctor of Science in Social Communication (Austral University) Sergio Rulicki.
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