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Non-confrontation interview experts to speak at ASIS event

Wicklander-Zulawski : 03 September, 2008  (Company News)
Atlanta conference of ASIS International chosen as the venue for a session by Wicklander-Zulawski on non confrontational interviewing techniques
Wicklander-Zulawski & Associates has announced its participation as a session speaker for the ASIS 2008 Annual Conference.

The ASIS 2008 Annual Conference, held September 15-18 in Atlanta, is the most comprehensive annual security event for security professionals and the most significant marketplace for security technologies - with over 950 exhibiting companies.

David Zulawski, Vice President and founding partner of the Company, will conduct an advanced session on Wicklander-Zulawski's method of non-confrontational interrogation, which will include video instruction and real world examples.

Zulawski, a licensed polygraph examiner and author who has conducted over 9,000 interviews and polygraph examinations, is also Chairman of the Advisory Committee of the Center for Interviewer Standards and Assessment and worked to develop the Certified Forensic Interviewer (CFI) certification examination.

"Obtaining confessions from suspects solves more cases than all the forensic evidence techniques combined," said Zulawski. "By utilizing WZ's non-confrontational approach, an investigator can obtain a legal confession without a suspect ever making a denial or protesting his innocence," said Zulawski.
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