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Forensic Interview Solutions was founded by ex-Detective Jonathan Davison, who has over 12 years Investigation and Interview experience as a Detective with Greater Manchester Police. Greater Manchester Police are among the most advanced practitioners of modern interviewing anywhere in the world and recently featured on the BBC Television programmes Eyewitness. In his last role with Greater Manchester Police, Jonathan was an Advanced Specialist Tier 3 Interviewer and a Qualified Trainer in the field of Investigative Interviewing.
To be eligible for this role as a Trainer the essential skills required included being a Tier 3 Specialist. In Greater Manchester Police, a Police Force with over 8000 officers, there are approximately 100 Specialists, which gives you an idea of Jonathan´s skills as an investigator and interviewer. The role of a Tier 3 involves the ability to communicate and investigate to the highest level.
Once a qualified Trainer in Greater Manchester Police, Jonathan became 1 of 8 trainers delivering interview training to the entire force of over 8000 officers in state of the art facilities.
Recent successful review and delivery of innovative investigative interview strategies to the Singapore Ministry of Manpower (MOM) and the UK Information Commissioners Office (ICO), in collaboration with ‘Intersol’, led to the evolution of ‘Forensic Interview Solutions’, companies dedicated to the improved application and delivery of forensically robust interview skills and solutions domestically and internationally.
Jonathan has consulted and established training programmes for a number of Organisations around the globe with great success.
Quality Interview training and consultancy requires an experienced Quality Interviewer. To be a quality Interviewer Jonathan has many years of practical and theoretical experience involving:
Jonathan has also successfully completed National Vocational Qualifications with the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) and the National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA) as part of the Police Training Roles Learning and Development Programme in the following areas: