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Be a 'car salesman' to get confessions; Hide your stakeout with stuffed animals

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Dear PoliceOne Member,

In this month's eNews, John Bowden suggests closing the deal on a suspect's confession using the same tactics as a car salesman. Charles Remsberg offers an acronym that you can use to beat lying suspects.

Also, Doug Wyllie offers a simple but effective method to disguise a stakeout conducted from a parked vehicle, and James Callaway cautions you to keep an eye out for counterfeiting.


The PoliceOne Team
Interrogation Techniques
Get more suspect confessions by being a 'car salesman'
By John Bowden, PoliceOne Columnist
Getting a suspect to confess often requires luring them into a physical show of commitment, much like how a car salesperson operates. "You don't have to buy"
Interview Tips
How this one interview technique can beat lying suspects
By Charles Remsberg, PoliceOne Columnist
Subjects seeking to be deceptive overwhelmingly prefer closed-ended questions that let them get by with abbreviated statements. 'TEDS PIE'

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10-43: Be Advised...
Hide your stakeout using this simple method
By Doug Wyllie, Editor in Chief
Here's a great, and simple, way to disguise yourself when conducting a stakeout from a parked vehicle. Stuffed animals
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Keeping an eye on counterfeiting
By James Callaway, PoliceOne Member
We’ve all been on patrol and seen a guy selling DVDs, CDs, or clothing out of the trunk of his car at a corner gas station. Don't ignore him
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