Exploring the Scientific Truths and Lies about Telling Truths and Lies
Presented by: Dr. Mark G. Frank
The Targeting Fraud – Safeguarding Integrity Committee: Franklin University, National White Collar Crime Center, Ohio Ethics Commission, Ohio Inspector General, and Ohio Investigators Association have collaborated together to present a special one-day training course entitled: BEHAVIOR & DECEPTION: Exploring the Scientific Truths and Lies about Telling Truths and Lies, presented by Mark G. Frank, professor and director of the Communication Science Center at the University at Buffalo, State University of New York. This course is designed to be the first step in training individuals to recognize the wide variety of behaviors that may indicate deception and explore the scientific truths and lies about telling truths and lies. Attendees will be introduced to the behavioral clues that are revealed by facial expressions, body actions, voice inflection, and memory-based accounts that research has shown to be associated with deception, and what these clues really mean. Specific examples of these behavioral clues will be explored and drawn both from the laboratory as well as from real life situations, and attendees will be shown how to better recognize these subtle signs of deception. Additionally, attendees will be taught the tactical strategies that should be employed when developing an interview to better expose the deception as it occurs and to maximally obtain truthful and accurate information during interviews.
  DATE: Thursday, July 16, 2015, 8:00 a.m. ‒ 5:00 p.m.
  LOCATION: Riffe Center Executive Conference & Training Center:
The Verne Riffe Building, 77 South High Street, 31st Fl., Columbus, Ohio, 43215
  DEADLINE: Please register by July 1, 2015: Seating is extremely limited.
  COST: Current-members of the Ohio Investigators Association:  $25
Non-members of the Ohio Investigators Association:        $50*

*includes one-year membership with The Ohio Investigators Association

Lunch is the responsibility of each attendee.
  TO REGISTER: Email completed registration form(s) to Faith Ottavi at
  TO PAY: - Only checks can be accepted for payment.
- Please remit all checks to “Ohio Investigators Association”
- Send check and a copy of your completed registration form to:
   Ohio Investigators Association
, 77 South High Street, Columbus, OH 43215,
   Attn: Faith Ottavi. Should an invoice be required before payment, please
   contact Faith Ottavi at
PLEASE NOTE: The use of any cameras or audio/video recording devices to record an image or sound during the course of the conference is strictly prohibited.

The conference sponsors received approval for eight hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit from the Accountancy Board of Ohio.