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How to detect deception; The truth about confidential informants

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Dear Member,

Getting information — real, true information — is always the most basic part of an investigation, but often the most difficult. In this month's eNews, we offer some avenues and tips on how to get the information you need in order to catch your suspect. First we outline how to detect deception through eye contact, as well as how to make the best use of confidential informants.

Lastly, we offer a scenario on how to slip under the radar to conduct your surveillance in plain sight.


Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Interrogation Techniques
The eyes have it: How to detect deception
By John Bowden, PoliceOne Contributor
If there is a #1 rule in the interpretation of non-verbal human behavior, it is to look for breaks in eye contact. 16 signs
Issues and Investigators
The truth about confidential informants
By Lance Eldridge, PoliceOne Columnist
Confidential informants are invaluable to investigators fighting both international and domestic terrorism as well as common criminal enterprise. Necessary tool

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Investigations Tip
Conducting your investigation, hidden in plain sight
By Lindsey Bertomen, PoliceOne Member
To simply confirm a suspect was living in a neighborhood, we set up a fake traffic stop. Not new but still effective
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