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Choose an aspect of the interview and interrogation process and explain it in detail. How does this aspect of the process contribute to a successful outcome? In your answer, describe a scenario with
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e, interviews will differ greatly in terms of purpose, scope and subject matter. However, all categories of interview will share the common objective of gathering information and can be expected to focus upon descriptions of events or behaviour. [ In many cases, interview subjects will also be required to give their impressions of the feelings and of the thoughts or intentions of the other
people involved. Dealing with this kind of material demands considerable skill on the part of the investigator, both in the way the account is elicited and how the final record of events is constructed. The competent investigating officer needs, for example, to be capable of helping witnesses to give full and objective descriptions of events without using leading questions and to be able to distinguish valid observations from subjective judgements.library.npia.police.uk/docs/.../fprs4.pdf ]
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