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Webinar: Interpreting Evidence
Understanding international approaches to police
interviewing for best practice interpreting

Friday 06 October 2017
 

 

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This webinar focuses on the detailed analysis of the language used by participants in police interviews. You will be able to identify the impact of different questioning strategies in interviews with suspects and witnesses, so that you can perform at the highest professional level when you are working in police settings. 

Biography:
Dr Georgina Heydon (Centre for Global Research, RMIT University) is an internationally recognised expert in the field of forensic linguistics and investigative interviewing, and has published numerous academic papers and a book, "The Language of Police Interviewing", on the topic of interviewing and information. Dr Heydon teaches Forensic Interviewing, Contemporary Criminology and Criminological Theory in the Justice and Legal Studies discipline at RMIT University. As a forensic linguist, she provides expert evidence on authorship and speaker identification, as well as on threat identification, and commercial trademark cases. She has delivered interviewing training and advice to police and legal professionals in Australia, Sweden, Belgium, Indonesia, Mozambique and Canada, and to members of Australian judicial colleges and tribunals as well as lawyers and corporate clients. 

PD Level: Advanced, PD Points: 20, PD Logbook Section: 3.1

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All webinar registrants will be sent access details on 4 October. Registrants who have paid but cannot attend the live webinar will be able to access a recording of the live webinar approximately three days later for download and view by the link provided on 4 October. Please note this  recording will only be available for download for 30 days after the 06 October live webinar. Once you download the webinar, you can watch it as many times as you wish. A certificate will be automatically provided upon registration.
 

 

1:00pm - 2:30pm AEST
Friday 06 October 2017

 

The comfort of your home or office!

 

AUSIT / ASLIA / NZSTI Members: $35
Non Members: $70
Student Members: $15
Non-Member Students: $35
(Less than 3 hours)

 

 

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