This 8-hour workshop is designed to prepare investigators, uniformed patrol officers, intelligence officers, and task force members to become more effective interviewers in on-scene, in-progress responses consistent with counter terror operations.
In actively deterring threats from occurring, the investigating patrol officers must be able to immediately establish rapport with a suspect, determine their behavioral norms, detect the deceptive anomalies, and then gain enough intelligence for an arrest or admission. These are critical steps that must be done right the first time in order to achieve success with the hardened gang member or terrorist operative. Attendees will learn easy-to-understand methods, in three easy steps, that have been used and perfected on hard-core criminals for over sixteen years.
Who Should Attend
From new officers to experienced detectives, you will learn to easily separate the interview and interrogation process into three easy steps. Each step provides simple and straightforward “how-to’s” that will allow you to get a confession in any venue or circumstance.
Domenic Cappelluti, CFI, is a Detective with the Waukegan (Illinois) Police Department and is currently the senior homicide detective assigned to the elite Lake County Major Crime Task Force (Illinois). With over 13 years of experience, Domenic has specialized in high profile violent crimes, such as gang shootings and homicides, murder for hire cases on gang-drug officers, and officer involved shootings. During his tenure with the police department, Domenic has worked in patrol, followed by investigations, and has supervised the gang suppression unit for 7 years. Domenic successfully conducted and supervised hundreds of gang and drug related operations throughout Lake County and the Chicago metropolitan area targeting Chicago based street gangs in Waukegan. Domenic has been an intricate part in receiving federal funding for Waukegan and other suburbs by establishing a clear understanding, through the media, of the growing number of “gangs in the suburbs”. In doing so, the gang unit at that time was the first to take the congressional representative to the streets on several high profile operations to support the need for gang suppression funding.
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