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    When deciding whether to interrogate someone solo or to do it in a team setting, I would take into account three types of factors. First, I would need to think about the apparent personality of...

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    The four components of pre-trial preparation are as follows: 1) Case File Organization - file should be cleared of clutter and contain only pertainent information 2) Investigation and Discovery-...

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    Eyewitness testimony falls under the category of direct evidence because the facts that are said by the witness either prove or debunk the story. However, the validity of eyewitness evidence is not...

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    If we are talking about interrogation, rather than police interviews with witnesses, then there is one main purpose of having a written statement. It is to commit the suspect to the statements...

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    There are two main reasons why an interrogator might want to offer rationalizations to a suspect during an interrogation. First, an interrogator might do this to try to build a rapport with the...

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    Great care must be taken when interrogating a suspect that the interrogator not promise what is illegal or not possible. Often the way to get an offender to talk is to offer to hear "his side of...

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    Denial is a reaction often found on step 3 of the Reid technique of police interrogations. The technique often starts with the agent confronting the suspect about the latter's involvement in a...

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    Inborn behaviours (without obvious learning) are considered as innate behaviour. In other words behaviours that are inherent, without patent learning during lifetime, are known as innate behaviour....

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    Determining a "baseline" refers to the interrogator's observation of the witness's non-verbals as far as triggers and reactions. When interrogations start, the agent often starts off very passive,...

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    This question is an important one for anyone who will need to interrogate suspects for information. An interrogation is different than an interview as in an interrogation, only one person asks...

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    Former Senior Military Interrogator Matthew Alexander (in a 2010 interview) defined the most important interrogation techniques an interrogator needs. Stating that torture is not effective and is...

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    Developing rapport with a suspect is key to any interrogation. The reason for this is that suspects will be much more likely to talk freely if they feel at ease with the person who is interviewing...

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    When setting up an environment for interrogative, the investigator needs to consider the suspect and purpose. There are different purposes for interrogation, and different suspects. Some suspects...

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    The three types of denial a suspect might use in an interrogation are simple denial, projection, and minimization. In a simple denial, the suspect will deny involvement outright. “I didn’t do...

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    The "Three Step Interview" is also known as the "Reid Interview." The three steps are as follows: 1) Be prepared. A good interrogator will be intimately familiar with the background of the case....

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    One technique of follow-ups are "free narratives." An example of a free-narrative question is, "I have been told you were on the roller coaster when the person near you fell onto the tracks. Could...

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    Observation responses are those which a witness or potential witness gives based on empirical information. Such information is a collection of personal instances of an event, of witnessing the...

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    There are at least two major advantages of asking open-ended questions when you are interviewing a suspect or a potential witness. First, when you ask such questions, you do not lead the person...

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    Since you have tagged this with “crime scene investigation” and “interrogation,” I assume that you are asking about the emotions shown by the subject of an interrogation. It is extremely...

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