Interviewing in Criminal Justice: Victims, Witnesses, Clients, and Suspects
Professor and Chair Dept of Criminal Justice and Criminology University of North Carolina - Charlotte Vivian Lord, Vivian Lord, Allen D. Cowan
Jones & Bartlett Publishers, Aug 24, 2011 - Law
Interviewing in Criminal Justice teaches the fundamentals of effective interviewing, including critical communication skills, interpretation skills, and how to effectively relay information. This solid resource prepares criminal justice students to assess probation clients, communicate with juveniles, and collect information from defendants.
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Activity ALLEN’S WORLD ALT key answer areas asked attempt begin believe called Chapter child client comfortable communication complete conducted confession considered court crime criminal justice criminal justice professionals crisis cultures deception describe detective develop discussed effective interviewing emotional empathy ethical event evidence exam example EXERCISE eye contact feedback feel Gilchrist happened helping interviews identify important incident individuals instructor inter interrogation interviewer needs involved justice professionals Lisa listening look Miranda rights Miranda warnings motivated negotiator nonverbal communication nonverbal cues North Carolina objectives observed offender ofhis ofthe open-ended questions Oscar person phase police polygraph examination possible private investigator probation officer record relevant responses sexual situation skills specific stance-shift analysis statement Stockholm Syndrome suspect talk tape techniques tell terviewer tion told truth U.S. Supreme Court understand valid victim viewer witness words