Advanced interviewing techniques: proven strategies for law enforcement, military, and security personnel
"The purpose of this book is to assist law enforcement officers and security professionals become better interviewers. It was written with working professionals in mind and contains primarily advanced interviewing techniques. Whether interviewers subscribe to the traditional interview/interrogation approach or to the resistance continuum, effective communication with a purpose remains at the core of the interviews."
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CHAPTER 1PLANNING THE INTERVIEW
CHAPTER 2THE INTERVIEW SETTING
CHAPTER 4ASSESSING THE INTERVIEWEE
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