GovSec/U.S. Law Announces Special Workshop on Interrogation Techniques

Program Focuses on Best Approaches to Obtain Quality Intelligence

FALLS CHURCH, Va. – December 2, 2009 – GovSec/U.S. Law, produced by 1105 Government Information Group, the leading provider of integrated information and media for the government information technology (IT) market, today announced it will feature a half‐day educational workshop on Interrogation Techniques to be held March 24, 2010 from 9:00 – 11:45am. The program will focus on techniques that can be utilized by law enforcement and intelligence personnel to ascertain vital information to detect and deter threats to the homeland. GovSec/U.S. Law will take place March 23‐24, 2010 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.

The two segments of the workshop will provide attendees from the law enforcement and intelligence communities with enhanced knowledge and best approaches to gain critical intelligence information from suspects without using force. “Linguistic Lie Detection is a technique that needs to be in every interrogator’s toolbox. It’s a new way of listening to the world around you,” said workshop leader Nejolla Korris.

The Interrogation Techniques workshop is comprised of two segments:

Part I: Non‐Confrontational Interrogation for Law Enforcement and National Security
David Zulawski, CFI, Chairman and Senior Partner, Wicklander‐Zulawski and Associates
March 24, 2010, 9:00‐10:15am

Attendees will learn how investigators can use non‐confrontational approaches to obtain quality confessions and information while remaining fully compliant with U.S. and international laws to benefit government law enforcement and intelligence organizations to help detect, prevent and deter threats to national security.

Part II: Linguistic Lie Detection
Nejolla Korris, Director of Collections, Alberta Maintenance Enforcement Program, Government of Alberta, Canada and CEO of The Sponsorship Group
March 24, 2010, 10:30‐11:45am

Attendees will learn how linguistic lie detection can be used to further investigation efforts by participating in interactive activities to decipher linguistic code within statements, taking into account the speaker’s cultural and linguistic backgrounds.

The Interrogation Techniques workshop is open to members of the law enforcement and intelligence communities only.

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About GovSec (March 23‐24, 2010
GovSec is the premier conference and exposition for government security. Established in 2002, GovSec features tools, systems, and products that meet the comprehensive security needs of federal, state, and local governments and the U.S. military, including: asset protection; cyber and information protection; and the integration of these critical functions.

About U.S. Law (March 23‐24, 2010
The U.S. Law Enforcement Conference and Exposition provides an unparalleled forum that drives federal, state, and local interaction within the law enforcement communities and offers products and solutions that meet the ever‐changing needs and roles of today’s law enforcement agencies. U.S. Law addresses the needs of federal law enforcement and promotes collaboration and coordination between those officers and state and local police. The event also provides state and local officers with insight on how homeland security concerns will affect local jurisdictions and offers them valuable tools to meet these challenges.

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