WEBCAST: Train Your Officers to Spot Deception & Pre-Attack Cues

How to train your officers to spot the behaviors that will get them in trouble--or worse--before they happen

By Jim Glennon  |   Aug 12, 2015
Photo Courtesy of ICE

For some officers it take a full career to develop the art and science of detecting pre-attack cues and deception. In fact, to really refine these skills it takes time–considerable time and effort. But as a trainer we must jumpstart this process in our cadets and prepare them for the streets, where deception and violence abound. How?


In this webcast I will explore this fascinating topic. There are no hard-and-fast rules, but there are rules of thumb. Sentence structure, misplaced pronouns, stance, head position and so forth–a fascinating combination of body language and speech–that can give the game away with surprising regularity. And, I’ve found, the rudiments on this can be taught.

The webcast is a live event, and, time permitting, I will field your questions. I look forward to it!

When: August 19, at 1 p.m. CST

Register here.

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Jim Glennon
Lt. Jim Glennon (ret.) is the owner and lead instructor for Calibre Press. He is a third-generation LEO, retired from the Lombard, Ill. PD after 29 years of service. Rising to the rank of lieutenant, he commanded both patrol and the Investigations Unit. In 1998, he was selected as the first Commander of Investigations for the newly formed DuPage County Major Crimes (Homicide) Task Force. He has a BA in Psychology, a Masters in Law Enforcement Justice Administration, is the author of the book Arresting Communication: Essential Interaction Skills for Law Enforcement.