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Blue Steel Training Sessions

Blue Steel training sessions are concise and easy to understand. Each session lasts 7-10 minutes and the training is delivered by well-interviewing experts Steve Bowers and Jim Leach. These excellent videos can be seen on YouTube Channel Tennessee Underground!

*** For a limited time these valuable training videos are being offered Free of Charge!

Sending and Receiving Messages

Did you hear what his body said?

We discuss the impact of your total demeanor when you are sending messages (communicating) with other people.

Good Listening

Listen Louder!

This session gives you tips on being a better listener and recognizing evidence of stress exhibited by the other person. Our experts also discuss avoiding distractions and interruptions

Determining a Baseline

Does she normally act this way?

Discovering what a person’s baseline behavior determines how well we can tell if they are being truthful or they are feeling stress for some reason. The experts describe how to properly read a person’s baseline behavior

Empathy

OK, I GET IT!

This session details exactly what utilizing an empathetic approach means and why it can be valuable to an interviewer. Leach and Bowers also discuss various ways to express empathy.

Using Stress

 When the HEAT is on!

This session covers the effects stress may have on body language. Bowers and Leach also discuss that creates a stressful interview and the importance of distinguishing between normal stress that may be present when speaking with an authority

Developing a Theme

How am I supposed to talk to this guy??

This discussion deals with the importance of having something to talk about different factors to consider when developing the best theme for an interview. What to do if the theme you chose isn’t working!

Interviewing Victims and Witnesses

Really…Is that right?

The sessions begin by emphasizing the importance of qualifying victims and witnesses in order to make sure you are getting accurate information. “Leading” witnesses or allowing victims or witnesses to be “more helpful” than they are capable of being can contaminate your entire investigation. We also discuss how to get better descriptions.

Suspects and Confessions

Make it easy for them to tell it!

Steve and Jim discuss what makes people confess to wrongdoing and the importance of accepting a suspect’s reasoning as to why they participated in such behavior.

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Jim Leach and Steve Bowers

Jim Leach and Steve Bowers

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