Forensic Interviewing

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Xlibris Corporation, 2013 - Law - 396 pages
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Forensic Interviewing for Law Enforcement is a practical overview of interrogation law before guiding the reader into various legitimate strategies that aid in obtaining confessions. Included also is information covering such topics as understanding words used by criminals that aid in identifying them for later interrogation. There is a chapter devoted to analyzing verbal responses to identify the innocent and identifying those who provide verbal responses indicative of someone needing more investigation. The use of a psychological questionnaire is laid out completely for an investigator dealing with multiple suspects in a crime. Finally, there is a comprehensive chapter on the polygraph to inform the investigator what he can gain from its use and, importantly, how to utilize a polygraph examination to reach a successful case resolution.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
8
Dedication
10
About the Author
12
Chapter 1
14
Chapter 2
18
Chapter 3
20
Chapter 4
24
Chapter 5
34
Chapter 18
110
Chapter 19
114
Chapter 20
118
Chapter 21
120
Chapter 22
136
Chapter 23
142
Chapter 24
144
Chapter 25
148

Chapter 6
38
Chapter 7
42
Chapter 8
56
Chapter 9
58
Chapter 10
60
Chapter 11
64
Chapter 12
72
Chapter 13
74
Chapter 14
80
Chapter 15
88
Chapter 16
96
Chapter 17
102
Chapter 26
154
Chapter 27
158
Chapter 28
172
Chapter 29
176
Chapter 30
226
Chapter 31
228
Chapter 32
314
Chapter 33
336
Chapter 34
376
Chapter 35
382
References
390
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