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How to detect liars; Investigating 'pill doctors'

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Dear Member,

In this month's eNews, we offer up some tips on building a rapport with those you have to speak with to get information. The better the rapport, the better you can detect a liar. We also offer some advice on investigating the growing trend of 'pill doctors,' who are making it easier than ever to abuse prescription drugs.

Lastly, here's how to deliver that knock-out punch when it comes to offering up expert gang testimony.


Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Interrogation Techniques
Everyone lies: Building a rapport with your suspect
By John Bowden, PoliceOne Columnist
In our investigations we speak with many people to gather information to solve the case. During this process, we find that people lie to us and we must detect them. "Are you a liar?"
Investigation Issues
Investigating 'pill doctors'
By Leischen Stelter, PoliceOne Contributor
It takes a tremendous amount of evidence and proof before medical review boards will even think of suspending a doctor's license, let alone revoking it. Escalating quickly

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Gang Investigations
4 tips for providing expert gang testimony
By Nick Perna, PoliceOne Contributor
Fans of martial arts know that most fighters will do something spectacular in the final 30 seconds to leave a lasting impression on the judges. We should do the same
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