FBI interrogation techniques

By Jim Campbell

September 25th, 2021

One former FBI, Joe Navarro, agents approach to the interrogation of a potential suspect.

It’s estimated that as much as 80% of our interaction with others is through nonverbal communication, or body language. And the vast majority of the nonverbal cues we display are driven by our subconscious mind – they are important indications of how we are feeling and what we’re thinking.

Joe Navarro has been studying nonverbal behavior for the past 45 years. Twenty-five of these were spent in the FBI catching spies.​

Today Joe is an internationally recognized expert, consultant, author, and gifted lecturer, in the interpretation of nonverbal behavior.


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5 Responses to FBI interrogation techniques

  1. 4farmgirl says:

    During my civilian career I worked in a level of security classification which required periodic polygraph examinations. There is nothing magical about the exam unless you have something to hide. But what if your job requires you to “hide?” The norm will not alert the examiner. Behavior outside your norm might be detected or probably will be if you are not a professional in deception.

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  2. bluecat57 says:

    They actually ask questions?
    I thought FBI reports were written by all those failed fiction writers.
    No interrogation required.


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