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6 language patterns to prompt a confession; Video: Patrol-level informants

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Dear Member,

In this month's eNews, John Bowden explains how to use language patterns during an interrogation to prompt a confession. Moe Greenberg offers five tips in order to prep for unexpected turns in an investigation.

Lastly, Betsy Brantner Smith discusses developing sources in the areas that you patrol.


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Using language patterns during interrogation
By John Bowden, PoliceOne Contributor
A language pattern is a word or phrase designed to stop the mental resistance of a person and encourage them to act in a certain manner. I wouldn't want to tell you to...
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5 tips for unexpected turns in an investigation
By Moe Greenberg, PoliceOne Contributor
Criminal investigations don’t always go according to plan, but “the unexpected” need not be a black cloud looming large over your case. Be mindful

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Developing patrol-level informants
By Betsy Brantner Smith, PoliceOne Columnist
To smooth the way for future cases, it's important to create and maintain a pool of sources in the neighborhoods you patrol. Watch the video
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