Forms of Deception

Chapter 4: How to Detect Deception in Investigation Interviews

Posted by Dawn Lomer in on March 3rd, 2015

Chapter 1: History of Detecting Deception

Chapter 2: Reading the Signs of Deception

Chapter 3: Setting a Baseline

 

Chapter 4: Forms of Deception

Chances are at some time your corporate security needs will require the use of an outside security service provider. It may be for patrolling your premises, to help you with general security, or even in a crisis. When this happens, the correct selection of a provider is essential.

Here are a few tips to help you choose the one that fits your needs best out of the many options out there.

Service Standardization

The selected provider should have the ability to standardize and proactively enforce its service standards throughout your and their organizations. This includes operational procedures, supervision, etc. This limits liability and creates defined benchmarks that are easy to measure and manage.

Central Management

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Effective management of the security service provider should take place via a central point of contact to allow for more effective management. If multiple locations are involved, feedback and guidelines can be relayed back and forth to the central point of contact.

Timeliness and Flexibility

The selected security provider should have the ability to respond to security issues in a timely manner and with the necessary tools. This can range from patrol vehicles to armed officers. The benefit to you is manageable, standardized services regardless of the situation.

Provider Reputation

Make sure the provider you hire has a good track record and reputation with law enforcement and emergency response services. This can help you in various ways both routine and in crisis situations.

Global Presence

If your firm has overseas operations, it is beneficial to you to hire a firm with a global presence. A single provider for all operations will ensure streamlined management, consistency in standards, capitalization of networks, a better return on your investments and more.

With safety and security at stake, the correct selection of an outside corporate security provider who can become a partner in the achievement of your goals is not something to be taken lightly. Put in your due diligence and choose wisely.

Chapter 5: Language Indicators of Deception

Chapter 6: The Role of Anxiety in Deception

Chapter 7: Body Language

Chapter 8: How to Improve your Deception Detection Skills

 


Dawn Lomer
Dawn Lomer

Managing Editor

Dawn Lomer is the managing editor at i-Sight Software and a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE). She writes about topics related to workplace investigations, ethics and compliance, data security and e-discovery, and hosts i-Sight webinars.