Virtual Investigative Interviewing Conference 2020 - Now available on-demand to ticket-holders
This virtual event provided the opportunity to hear from global leaders in investigative interviewing from the UK and Australia in 6, one hour sessions spread over 3 days in early December 2020.
All of the presentations were recorded and can now be viewed at any time through the Virtual Event Hub by ticket-holders at least until February 5th 2021.
The program was designed to give you maximum flexibility to attend each session live (between 1st and 3rd December 2020), or watch at your leisure.
MyKludo aims to bring investigators the top talent and latest research on conducing effective investigative interviews in the corporate and civil investigation settings and effective tools to tackle the frequent problems facing investigators.
Confirmed speakers include:
Dr Katie Maras, Deputy Director at the Centre for Applied Autism Research, Bath University UK. Katie will present research findings on the impact of Cognitive Interview strategies on people with Autism and effective strategies for improving their ability to give complete and reliable accounts.
Dr Andy Griffith, Managing Director of IKAT Consulting Limited (UK), and author of 'The Psychology of Criminal Investigation: From Theory to Practice',(2018, Routledge);
Professor Jane Goodman-Delahunty, Research professor with Charles Sturt University and Expert witness on memory;
Eleonora De Michele, Principal consultant, a seasoned expert practitioner on the interviewing of children for reportable conduct matters;
Greg Lamey, Director of ForenSIX Investigations Group, former Detective Inspector and professional workplace investigator ;
Dr Patrick Tidmarsh, Researcher and consultant with Melbourne University, former forensic Interviewer and advisor to the Sexual Offences and Child Abuse Investigations Team ( SOCIT) Victoria Police.
Sessions will be hosted by Harriet Witchell, CEO and Founder of Mykludo, former academic, business woman and author of "Investigative Interviewing: A Guidebook for workplace investigators" H. Stacey and A. Page. (2013)
Sessions Times (Sydney/Melbourne Time) were :
Tuesday 1st December:
10.30am - Welcome and opening by CEO Harriet Witchell
11.00am - Evidence based approaches to effective interviewing of people with ASD- Dr Katie Maras ( Bath University UK)
1.00pm - The Top Ten Principles of Memory that Every Interviewer Should Know. - Professor Jane Goodman-Delahunty ( CSU, AU)
3.00pm - Interviewing Children for Reportable Conduct matters - Eleonora De Michele, Consultant.
Wednesday 2nd December
9.00am - The PEACE Model: practical and real-world uses for investigators- Greg Lamey, ForenSIX investigations and the Professional Investigators College of Australia.
11.00am - Virtual coffee and catchup for investigators and recap of sessions
1.00pm - The Whole Story approach to investigations and interviewing - Dr Patrick Tidmarsh (Melbourne Uni)
3.00pm - What is MyKludo and how does it work? Q&A session with MyKludo
Thursday 3 December
9.00am - It's not just about being nice: Getting underneath mindful interview behaviour Dr Andy Griffiths, ( UK)
11.00am - Virtual coffee and catchup for investigators and recap of sessions and conference close.
Presentations will include;
Evidence based approaches to effective interviewing of people with ASD, practical skills for Interviewing Children for Reportable Conduct matters, the Whole Story Investigative interviewing methodology used by SOCIT, Victoria Police, the PEACE Model explained, latest developments in Cognitive Interviewing and ADHD/ASD, Mindful interviewing and uncooperative respondents.