A Report to the Secretary of State for Scotland by the Working Party on the Tape-recording of Police Interviews with Suspected Persons
Scottish Home & Health Department, 1985 - Magnetic recorders and recording - 24 pages
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Aberdeen Glasgow Dumbarton admissibility assess Assistant Chief Constable average CLRC Cmnd confessions court stages criminal intelligence criminal justice process Criminal Justice Scotland defence agents Deputy Chief Constable difficulties Dundee Falkirk Aberdeen Effect of tape-recording England and Wales evidence being led evidential experiment Falkirk Aberdeen Glasgow fiscal and court force areas Glasgow Dumbarton Total High Court Home and Health Home Secretary Hyde Committee impact of tape-recording importantly integrity of police interview length interviewed on tape interviews conducted interviews with suspects introduction of tape-recording involved large numbers means of resolving monitoring period officers felt Party consider police evidence police officers police questioning PRE-MONITORING procurator fiscal prosecution process recorded on tape refuse requirement to tape-record research report Scottish Home semi-structured interviews statements suggests that tape-recording suspect Table suspected persons Suspects interviewed tape-record interviews tape-recording of interviews tape-recording of police tape-recording procedures taped interview Tayside Thomson Committee unfair practices