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Interrogation tips and tricks
By Scott Buhrmaster
PoliceOne Managing Editor
Former investigator Pat McCarthy has questioned scores of suspects throughout his long career and he’s come up with some creative ways to better your chances of getting the information you need. In this piece, we explore those techniques and share advice for things to avoid that could prove counterproductive in your pursuit of details and confessions ... Full column
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Local LEOs could be more involved in Ariz. immigration enforcement
Maricopa County Sheriff's Detention officer Ralphaelita Montoya begins on-scene processing of a suspected illegal immigrant. (AP Photo)
PHOENIX — As America's busiest immigrant smuggling hub, Arizona has earned the distinction as a place that's tough on people who sneak across the border.
That reputation would harden if the Legislature and governor approve a proposal that would draw local authorities deeper into immigration enforcement and further reject the notion that immigration is the sole responsibility of the federal government. The measure cleared the Senate on a 16-12 vote on June 15 and is being considered by the House ... Full article
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