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Dear P1 Member,

Information comes from many sources. Whether it's an interview with an adult or an interview with a child, make sure you're up to date on the best techniques. Sharing with other departments can net you not only info, but also intelligence.

And social media continues to grow as a valuable tool: Ensure that you're getting the most out of it with the right training.


Doug Wylle, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Investigations & Interviews
How to maximize your subject interviews
By John Bowden, PoliceOne Columnist
Many years, many classes, and many students later I find we still get a little confused by the rules of interviews. It is not that we are ignorant or lazy. It is that the rules are convoluted. Has to be just right
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Investigations & Interviews
First, do no harm: Effectively interviewing children
By Rob Hall, PoliceOne Contributor
Take the most seasoned interviewer, stick them in a room with a five-year-old victim of ongoing sexual assault, and the interview can go to hell in a handbasket if the interviewer hasn't had training in interviewing children. 3 basics
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Investigations Technology
Information sharing helps, but intelligence solves crime
By Dale Peet, PoliceOne Special Contributor
Information is what every cop collects, but it doesn't become intelligence until there is some kind of analysis to tie the pieces together. Share and don’t share alike
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Investigations Trends
Social media for investigators: Why departments should invest in training
By Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
Social media will continue to grow in importance as a criminal investigation tool. It's only one component of a criminal investigation, but it's a great starting point. Don't be skeptical
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