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1 BODY LANGUAGE

2 MEANING Body language is a form of non verbal communication consisting of body pose, gestures, and eye movements. Humans send and interpret such signals subconsciously. Body language may provide clues as to the attitude or state of mind of a person. Gesturing can also be termed as body language which is absolutely non-verbal means of communication.

3 IMPORTANCE Words are inadequate: Human communication consists of 93% body language. Only 7% of communication consists of words themselves Subconsciously: Various body language signs can complement each other to make a particular meaning crystal clear or strengthen the meaning of what we communicate. Used to express feelings: We can make our communication clear either intentionally or unintentionally through body language.

4 Components of Body Language

5 NONVERBAL BEHAVIOR INTERPRETATION Brisk, erect walk Standing with hands on hips Sitting with legs crossed, foot kicking slightly Sitting, legs apart Arms crossed on chest Walking with hands in pockets, shoulders hunched Hand to cheek Touching, slightly rubbing nose Rubbing the eye Hands clasped behind back Locked ankles Confidence Readiness, aggression Boredom Open, relaxed Defensiveness Dejection (sad and disappointed) Evaluation, thinking Rejection, doubt, lying Doubt, disbelief Self Control Apprehension/ worried

6 Head resting in hand, eyes downcast Rubbing hands Sitting with hands clasped behind head, legs crossed Open palm Pinching bridge of nose, eyes closed Tapping or drumming fingers Steepling fingers Patting/fondling hair Tilted head Stroking chin Looking down, face turned away Biting nails Pulling or tugging at ear Boredom Anticipation/ preparation Confidence, superiority Sincerity, openness, innocence Negative evaluation Impatience Authoritative Lack of self-confidence; insecurity Interest Trying to make a decision Disbelief Insecurity, nervousness Indecision

7 NONVERBAL SIGNS OF SOMEONE WILLING TO KILL 1. Intensity in the Eyes. 2. Gaze aversion until they reach their destination. 3. Sweat on their upper lip and/or forehead. 4. Wearing loose fitting, clean clothes. 5. Will not walk slow, but will walk as fast as possible without being noticeable. 6. Will not be looking around, or if they do it will be somewhat quick nervous glances- looking for authority figures or escape routes. 7. Tight lips. 8. Wide open folds of the upper and lower eye folds- they will want to take in every detail of their last minutes. 9. Will lack animated facial expressions, their facial expression will be consistent which is not normal. Statute. 10. Serious lack of gestures, unnatural hand movements.

8 DETECTING A POTENTIAL TERRORIST. TRUST YOUR GUTS: Look out for men who appear freshly shaven with cuts which could indicate a beard has just been removed or unfamiliar identification. Your instincts MUST be trusted. PERSPIRATION: Notice a person sweating especially above upper lip or on forehead when the temperature indoors is climate controlled. This is a signal of nervousness. SHAKING: When the terrorists get a sudden flash of reality they are about to die as well when they commit their final act of terrorism, their whole body reacts in the form of uncontrollable shaking. Higher risk individuals are to be well screened and referred for additional questioning and screening at the checkpoint.

9 DETECTING A POTENTIAL TERRORIST. THE WALK: They walk as fast as possible without being noticeable with their eyes fixed ahead. Only thing they do is to give quick nervous glances- looking for authority figures or escape routes. They may be in a group and walk behind one another in a single file as though they are on a mission. BREATHING: A lot of upper chest breathing and sighing behavior is seen which indicates a highly emotional state. LIPS: Tight lips are seen which indicates that they are holding something back. There will usually be a lot of lip licking and lip biting during questioning to indicate they are lying to authorities. NOSE: A lot of nose scratching is prevalent due to the increased blood flow, which is the result of the autonomic nervous system taking over. The capillaries expand and cause itching.

10 FACIAL EXPRESSIONS OR LACK OF IT The facial expression will be consistent and not change. This is not normal behavior as our facial expression consistently changes. They appear to be focused on their mission.

11 DETECTING A POTENTIAL TERRORIST. EYES: Avoiding eye contact with authorities reflecting fear of discovery. Wide eyed appearance shows that their end and your end is near thereby taking in every detail of their last minutes. GESTURES: Lack of gestures, unnatural hand movements, a lot of foot shuffling and nervous hand movement such as hand picking, wringing, and pulling. SELF SOOTHING: A lot of self touching or self grooming, brushing things off from the body in a vigorous manner, which is a self comforting mechanism.

12 DON T KEEP IT TO YOURSELF! SHARE YOUR OBSERVATIONS WITH THOSE WHO CAN DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT! THANK YOU

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