ACTIVE ENGAGEMENT

Active Engagement is the ability to engage in meaningful dialog by controlling the direction of conversation. This will enhance the ability to solicit information and observe behavior indicators from the use of questioning techniques. By observing signs of deception during engagement, an individual may have an increase emotional state of stress, fear and anxiety do to the fear of discovery or in other words... fear of being caught.

Active Engagement is a non-interrogative questioning technique that has a seamless approach during what appears to be regular conversation. This technique is non-evasive and has the basis of counter-social engineering with a nexus to security assessment.

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ACTIVE ENGAGEMENT (AE) INTRO

The purpose for engaging individuals is to elicit information and behavioral indicators from those who are experiencing stress, fear or anxiety because they fear detection or the fear of discovery.

The goal of AE is to engage with individuals in order to observe the reactions in potentially high-risk individuals through conversation.

AE: Security Related Question (SRQ)

During active engagement:

SRQ's are questions that include a nexus to security and terrorism that can enhance the security posture by assisting in identifying potentially high-risk individuals through the questioning and answer technique.

AE: Deceptive Verbal Response #2

This is the third and final phase of behavior analysis.

During AE and with the proper questioning techniques, creates an emotional state of stress for individuals that has the fear of discovery during the questioning and interview process. It is during this process that signs of deception can be observed.

AE: Questioning Techniques

Participants will learn the techniques used during active engagement on how proper questioning types and techniques are to be use in order to persuade the direction conversation and continue the solicitation of information.

AE: Behavioral Analysis- Signs/Deception

This is the first phase of behavior analysis during interview and questioning process. During this process the individual may have a fear of discovery by showing signs of stress, fear and anxiety. It is during this process that signs of deception can be observed.

AE: Resolution Conversation

During Behavioral Analysis - Deceptive Verbal Responses are assessed to identify potential high-risk individuals. Resolution Conversation is to resolve any theses behaviors that are observed during the questioning and interview process (AE).

AE: Nonverbal Communication Skills

During AE, participants will learn to observe and analyze the verbal and nonverbal behaviors that are associated during the interviewing and questioning process.

AE: Deceptive Verbal Response #1

This is the second phase of behavior analysis. During AE and with the proper questioning techniques, creates an emotional state of stress for individuals that has the fear of discovery during the questioning and interview process. It is during this process that signs of deception can be observed.