Full list of Interview results
Using behavioral analysis interview techniques to elicit confessions–
This technique was formally developed by Dr. John E. Reid to help differentiate between innocent, truthful suspects and those who were being deceptive during an interview
How police investigators can conduct effective trauma victim interviews–
FETI training focuses on enhancing the quality and quantity of information obtained from victims who have undergone highly stressful or traumatic experiences
Simulation Training: Your Guide to Grants Funding (eBook)–
Download this free guide to learn how your agency can apply for funds to support critical training activities
Study: Virtual cops could be better at interviewing eyewitnesses than real ones–
In the study, the subjects watched a video of a staged car theft and were later interviewed either face-to-face by a research assistant, or by a humanoid avatar
How to use investigative statement analysis to examine statements–
By examining statements for equivocations and extraneous information, investigators can gain valuable insights
Police: Man shot by cops in interview room after pulling out weapon–
The man pulled out an "edged weapon" and began hurting himself before Minneapolis LEOs tried to subdue him
How the ‘alternative question’ can get a suspect’s real intent–
The investigator should make a transition statement about some fact which raises doubt that the crime was spontaneous and then pose an ‘alternative question’ that presumes the act was deliberate
How investigators can overcome the challenges of a phone interview–
In a telephone interview, an officer or investigator can ask pointed questions, direct the interview as needed, address ambivalence and elicit as much information as possible
What not to say at a police job interview–
Based on real things people have said at police job interviews.
How this one interview technique can beat lying suspects–
Subjects seeking to be deceptive overwhelmingly prefer closed-ended questions that let them get by with abbreviated statements whereas truthful individuals will mine their memories for the truth
Control and Arrest (POSA)–
Dealing with suspects before and during arrest is one of the most dangerous elements of law enforcement. Sgt Garcia overviews some of his interview, cuffing and control techniques to safely effect arrest.
Quickly read, analyze, and interpret body language–
I came up with five categories of general behavior — it is not a total list of all behaviors, but rather, a list of general behavior — to look for during an interview or interrogation
Conducting gang interviews–
Andy Eways discusses important considerations when officers conduct interviews of gang members.
"Ask the..." police chief–
Interview with LCPD chief Richard Williams.
Interview and Interrogation Techniques–
Dave Smith interviews Lou Tessmann about the importance of proper interview and interrogation techniques. They discuss the importance of establishing a rapport with the suspect, the ability to read body language, and to prioritize officer safety.
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