Interview and Interrogation Training


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Interview and Interrogation: A Two Day Program

Co-hosted by: 

The Native American Fish and Wildlife Society,

in coordination with 

Calibre Press

The Native American Fish & Wildlife Society (NAFWS) is pleased to announce a two day webinar training on Interview and Interrogation through Calibre Press on March 20-21, 2024 .  This training is open to a total of 30 participants.  Attendance will be based on those individuals who are registered first, two participants per member tribe. For more information and a complete description of the course please visit the Calibre Press website and see the provided description below.

NOTE: This is a four-module program delivered over 2-days.

Course Registration:

NAFWS members or Member Tribes: There will be no registration costs for NAFWS members or member Tribes. You must log in to access the member price.

NAFWS Non-member: If you are not a member or from a non-member Tribe, the cost of this course is $150.


Covering an impressive span of basic to more specialized skills and strategies, this series will develop and strengthen your ability to effectively conduct thorough interviews and

This series consists of:

Module 1:  A Case Study

This module begins the series with Instructor Steve Johnson walking students through a step-by-step discussion, using actual video recordings, of the interview & interrogation processes he was directly involved in that led to the discovery of a missing 17-year-old teen after a 26-year-old teacher confessed to killing her. Although believed to be dead, the girl was actually still alive when investigators found her under leaves in the woods.

Module 2: Detecting Deception

Deceptive people often share a mixture of truth and lies when answering questions and sharing information. This module explores everything from strategically designed locations to conduct interviews/interrogations and statement analysis to interpreting verbal and physical behaviors that indicate deceit.

Module 3: Understanding Human Behavior & Body Language

This module addresses the crucial skills necessary for effective interviews and interrogations by exploring the depth and accuracy of information someone is giving you, and how to recognize and interpret messages you may be receiving through non-verbal language, paralinguistics and human behaviors.

Module 4: Building Rapport

The ability to emotionally engage a subject is one of the most powerful skills you can have when it comes to interviews and interrogation. Putting the time into learning to establish trust, gain credibility and build a “bond” with your subject can pay serious dividends.

To register: Please include name, title, phone, email address, and tribal affiliation when registering. Only two participants from a member tribe will be able to enroll unless extra slots are available.  

Additional participants for tribal representatives: If there is a desire for an additional participant from a member tribe, they can fill out this form to be waitlisted. Waitlisted participants will be notified on, or before, March 15th of their enrollment status.

For More Information

For assistance, please contact Mitzi Reed. Contact Us.

Event Details

Start date: March 20, 2024

End date: March 21, 2024

Start time: 08:00 MDT

End time: 17:00 MDT

Email: [email protected]

In Recognition of Their Support

The Native American Fish and Wildlife Society would like to thank those organizations that provided us with support over the years. With them we grew an effective national communications network for the exchange of information and management techniques related to self-determined tribal fish and wildlife management.

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