Body Language

Dangerous Body Language: A Thousand Words...None Spoken! The Eyebrows Are a Sign

A Thousand Words…None Spoken! Is a quote from a law enforcement and security professional participating in one of the workshops I presented a few years back on dangerous body language. It was his way of grasping and understanding the concept of non-verbal communication as it relates to fine tuning his abilities of, pattern recognition and in understanding the subtle signs and signals of danger otherwise known as dangerous body language.

Dangerous Body Language: A Thousand Words...None Spoken! "Gaze Avoidance"

A Thousand Words…None Spoken! is a quote from a law enforcement and security professional participating in one of the workshops I presented a few years back on dangerous body language. It was his way of grasping and understanding the concept of non-verbal communication as it relates to fine tuning his abilities of, pattern recognition and in understanding the subtle signs and signals of danger otherwise known as dangerous body language.

Dangerous Body Language: A Thousand Words...None Spoken! The Thousand Yard Stare

A Thousand Words…None Spoken! is a quote from a law enforcement and security professional participating in one of the workshops I presented a few years back on dangerous body language. It was his way of grasping and understanding the concept of non-verbal communication as it relates to fine tuning his abilities of, pattern recognition and in understanding the subtle signs and signals of danger otherwise known as dangerous body language.

Glenn Fosters Weekly Tip #5 Criminal Postures

Over my 30+ years of interviewing I’ve made thousands of small observations of human behavior that have proven useful when trying to get to the truth. At times, and in a given context, they are explainable.  At other times the reasons for these mannerisms/foibles totally elude me – nevertheless they exist, are observable, and may just give you that extra little insight into your subject’s mind.    

Here are some behaviors that will help you identify certain subjects' backgrounds.

Glenn Foster's Tip#4 The white of your subject's eye

Glenn foster describes the importance of making observations and explains what your orientation may be when dealing with the subject showing the white of their eyes. Extreme anger is the signal you should be thinking about when dealing with this sign in a subject.

A fine tuned and honed Boyd Cycle (observation, orientation, decision and action cycle) will help you pick up on this sign and respond accordingly.

Stay Oriented!

Fred

Take a look at Glenn’s tip

Glenn Foster Weekly Tip #3 The Deceptive Subject's entry to the interview room

Glenn Foster the father of the Kinesic Interview Technique offers some valuable information in this weeks tip  The Deceptive Subject's entry to the interview room. Glenn's focus is on interview and interrogation and he is the best I have personally ever seen at indentifying deceptive behavior.

Glenn Foster Weekly Tip #2 The Guilty Subject and Supporting Props

Glenn foster known as the Father of the Kinesic' Interview Technique has developed a web-site and a weekly tip. I had taken Glenn's course back 20 years ago while i was a investigator for the Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office.  I not only found it the most useful class I have taken in my 23 years on this job, but it has inspired me since to study and adapt body language into the awareness, decision making and survival training workshops we at LESC do.

Exercising The Boyd Cycle...and Conditioning, Strategic and Tactical Decision Making

leland Subtleness in human conflict comes in the form of "body language." The understanding of non-verbal signs and signals of anxiety, or p

Joe Navarro's 'What Every BODY is saying'

I have this book by Joe Navarro as a constant companion. What Every Body is saying is an outstanding resource every cop, security officer or anyone interested in reading people and the signs and signals of deception and danger should read this book.

Fred

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