Conducted by the Roger Williams University Justice System Training & Research Institute
in partnership with the New England Association of Chiefs of Police, Inc.
Monday, March 25, 2013
Registration 8:00am - 8:30am
Presentation: 8:30am – 4:30 pm
Roger Williams University Baypoint Inn & Conference Center
144 Anthony Road, Portsmouth, Rhode Island
The Interview and Interrogation Seminar shall provide sworn public safety professionals with practical and proven techniques that will assist them in conducting strategic interviews and interrogations. The curriculum will offer various methodologies of interviewing witnesses as well as victims of all age groups and backgrounds. Further, attendees will be exposed to various interview and interrogation techniques/methodologies of criminal suspects.
Attendees will learn strategies to assess the truthfulness of statements as well as recognizing deceptive behavior; practical techniques for eliciting voluntary confessions; as well as Miranda and other legal issues surrounding interviews and interrogations. The course will also include the examination and critiques of actual recorded interrogations that will provide insight into what is needed to obtain voluntary confessions that will withstand legal and judicial scrutiny.
This seminar will be facilitated by retired Detective Sergeant Vincent Mansolillo. During the course of his 32 year career with the Providence, Rhode Island Police Department, Detective Sergeant Mansolillo was assigned to the Detective Division for 22 years as a supervising criminal investigator where he has managed the investigation of 96 homicides and has participated in a number of successful interrogations.
The cost for the seminar is $125.00 which includes continental breakfast, breaks, lunch, and materials. Checks should be made payable to the Roger Williams University JST&RI, 144 Anthony Road, Portsmouth, RI 02871. Travel, lodging and evening meals are the responsibility of the attendee; however area hotels have provided a special rate for personnel in attendance at this course. Telephone inquiries should be made to Liz Campo, Administrative Assistant to the School of Justice Studies at (401) 254-3731 (or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org)or fax (401) 254-3351 or David S. Borrelli, Project Coordinator (401) 254-3464 (or email him at email@example.com).
**We require 72 hours cancellation prior to the seminar or you will be charged the required fee.**