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Welcome

Since 1985 the Institute of Analytic Interviewing has delivered training to over 10,000 law enforcement, corporate and government personnel across four continents including North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia.

Through our training our clients learn the latest and most valuable skills in interviewing, reading people and deception detection that can be applied in any context whether in an employment interview or during a high stake interrogation. The Analytic Interviewing system is internationally recognized for its success and most importantly for its dedication to teaching interviewers to find the truth.

The skills learned through our training afford each person to develop their own low-tech, un-invasive approach to reading people. It's a set of tools that anyone can carry with them and use in any encounter whether it is a formal interview or face-to-face casual interaction on the street.

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Courses Available

  • Analytic Interviewing
  • Rapport & Control
  • The Cognitive Interview
  • Forensic Questioning
  • PEACE Model
  • Language and Listening
  • Personality Disorders & Interviewing

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Testimonials

  • "Your analytical interview techniques and instruction are an important part of our training and truly demonstrate the value of your curriculum. Some of the students remarked that it was the best interview training they have attended." - A.J. Carrol, Asst. Chief Golden Gate Division, California Highway Patrol
  • "Enhanced the field agent's ability to recognize areas we should pursue when assessing the validity of individuals and information." - NCIX
  • "I want to take opportunity to thank you and your staff for the training you recently provided to this Agency's Security Protective Officers and the attendees from law enforcement agencies in the Washington Metropolitan Area. The Institute's interview/ interrogation methodologies, combines with academic research presented by Dr. Mark Frank, and incorporated practical exercises were universally well received by the class participants."- James Kirkman, Chief Protective Programs Group, CIA