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Body Language and Deception in High Risk Environments

October 21 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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  • Date: October 21-23, 2020
  • Location:  RCCC-N  Room 4112
  • Time: 8 am – 5 pm
  • Total Hours: 24

Body Language and Deception in High Risk Environments

This 3 day workshop is designed to give the student an overall understanding of body language, personality differences, and deception. The class combines lecture, video presentations, and exercises into a well-rounded understanding of the subject. The student will also learn how to anticipate violent encounters before common signs of violence occur. This class will also focus on articulating observations in reports and making them court defensible

  • Topics covered in this class:
  •  Recognize body positioning and its meaning(s) in a variety of situations.
  •  How to recognize these meanings and use them to deal with people more effectively.
  •  Recognize body language designed to manipulate others.
  •  Recognize criminal behavior and violence before it happens.
  •  Learn how Law Enforcement Body Language shapes our career and our safety.
  •  Understand and recognize common personality types and traits.
  •  Learn how these traits and types can positively and negatively affect interaction.
  • Recognize common methods of deception by observing body language and verbal clues.

Our workshops are based upon real world scenarios and practical exercises. Students are not just shown a video, they are tested throughout the workshop to ensure that the skills are learned. Our goal is to teach students in 3 days what would normally take years of self-study.

To register for this class, please send your request to LETrain@rccc.edu.


October 21
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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