Behavioral based investigative interviewing techniques promote having two interviewers present during an interview, or at least one interviewer and a witness or observer. Typically this dovetails with policies and practices that require investigators to come in pairs. Guiding an interviewee towards the truth requires significant amount of focus and concentration by the lead interviewer while the secondary interviewer is freed up to be alert for non-verbal and linguistic cues of deception and topics of concern that can be probed deeper during the interview. Statement Analysis techniques are deployed in a variety of formats and settings. If a secondary interviewer is listening for linguistic cues, word choice, missing time sequences, word associations, and tone the secondary interviewer can be a useful addition to the interview, allowing for more productive interviews, better follow up questions, better clarification statements, and more detailed information. This course will focus on applying Statement Analysis techniques in a team based live interview with a lead interviewer and secondary interviewer.