Frank Runles served as an FBI Special Agent for more than 20 years. During that time, Mr. Runles investigated a wide variety of criminal cases to include organized crime, drug trafficking, high level financial crimes, labor racketeering, kidnappings, and serial murders. During his investigative career, Mr. Runles conducted more than 1,000's of interviews both internationally and domestic. Mr. Runles finished hi FBI career teaching at the FBI Academy. In this role, Mr. Runles instructed more than 900 Secret Service, U.S. Marshal Service, Department of Homeland Security Agents, and other U.S. and international senior law enforcement officers on Advanced Interview Techniques and Deceptive Language Analysis. Mr. Runles was also the Lead Instructor for new FBI agents, instructing courses on Interviewing and Interrogations, Detection of Deception, and Intelligence Collection Techniques. Mr. Runles also taught these same courses to investigators and Intelligence Officers in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Brazil, and Vietnam. Mr. Runles has worked over seas with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and Navy Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and with the CIA and Joint Special Operations Forces in Iraq conducting intelligence debriefings of hundreds of foreign fighters captured during combat operations. Mr. Runles also served for 10 years on the FBI SWAT team, including in the role of Sniper Team Leader. Mr. Runles has twice been awarded the Investigator of the Year Award by the Federal Law Enforcement Foundation Mr. Runles is the host of the "Lies People Tell with Frank Runles" podcast.