When participants see video-taped interviews at our seminars, it is obvious that our interviewers take a written note following each response offered by a subject. The Reid Technique advocates active note taking during a structured interview for three reasons ... Full Story
Austin police pose for a photo after court outside the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
NEW ORLEANS — The Austin police officers, each wearing suits and lapel pins replacing their badges, walked single file into the John Minor Wisdom U.S. Court of Appeals Building and took their seats, filling half a courtroom.
Most had come for one purpose: to hear why the man who killed a fellow Austin officer 30 years ago should be spared execution ...Full Story
On Saturday, March 15, at 8 a.m., the McIntosh College Police Testing Alliance will host an employment eligibility test for more than 40 New Hampshire and Maine area Seacoast police departments. The test will be held at McIntosh College in Dover, N.H.
If you give a subject a command and he doesn't follow it, do you underestimate the risk potentially associated with that lack of cooperation?
Do you immediately assume the lack of response is due to a communication issue and not a sign of overt resistance? Today's P1 tip serves as a reminder to avoid assuming the best when commands go unheeded ...Full Tip
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