Please join us for the APOD training September 21st and 22nd at:
James A. McClure Federal Building
550 W. Fort Street, Boise ID 83724
APOD is the Analysis of Patterns of Denial. This training is focused on helping professionals in the fields of law enforcement, attorneys, therapists and treatment providers, probation and parole, judges and polygraphers, to help facilitate the recognition of empirically identified patterns of denial.
The APOD training is intended to help those who work with sex offenders identify denial response patterns and more accurately determine if an alleged sex offender is being truthful or deceptive.
The training is an 16 hour course and participants will receive a personalized certificate of completion and qualification. The second day of training is especially interactive and has been very well received for the practical interview responses and follow ups to the items.
His presentations have been approved for CEU credits for attorneys, mental health professionals and law enforcement officials. Cost of training is $395.00; includes training booklet and materials.
To register, click on the link below.