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Investigative Interviewing Techniques with Bruce Pitt-Payne

  • Tuesday, September 17, 2024
  • 9:00 AM - 4:15 PM
  • Virtual by Zoom (7.0 CPEs)


  • 13% HST will be added at Checkout.
  • 13% HST will be added at Checkout. Any member of the community Fighting Financial Crime worldwide is welcome to attend, including all CFEs who are not members of the ACFE-GTA Chapter, ACAMS members, IAFCI members, Law Enforcement members, etc.)
  • Each registrant receives a $25 discount from Chapter Member or Non-Chapter Member price. Send an email with complete contact information for all attendees to We will contact you.
  • Current CFEs do NOT qualify for the Student rate. Please send an email to with your Canadian college or university email address, along with the name and contact details for your professor or program coordinator. Once we confirm your student status, we will complete your registration.


What is an investigative interview? How long should one be? What topics should be covered, and in what order should they be probed? What does science tell us about how to efficiently develop each topic? How do you turn a disorganized mess of information into a relevant and understandable product? How do you make your interviews efficient, thereby saving both you and your interviewee time and energy?

Join Bruce Pitt-Payne in an engaging presentation in which he’ll speak about planning and achieving the requisite objectives of an investigative interview. Whether you are in law enforcement or a fraud investigator, learn to make nuanced decisions based on an evidence-based process that will decrease the time it takes to get the information you need.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Identify the core objectives of an investigative interview
  • Prioritize evidence to organize and interpret the information provided by interview subjects
  • Implement evidence-based best practices to make the investigative interview process more efficient

Bruce Pitt-Payne
Royal Canadian Mounted Police Sergeant (Retired)
PlayFair Investigative Consulting & Training Services

Bruce Pitt-Payne retired from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in 2017, after having served for 26 years. Over his career, he honed his skills as a major crime investigator and interview specialist, advisor, and teacher. Since retirement, he has dedicated his time to conducting private investigations, that include both criminal and workplace incidents. He teaches investigative interviewing courses and workshops internationally, and consults on investigative practices to organizations and the media.

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