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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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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 reference to this particular aspect.
Weegy: An interview is nonaccusatory. Even if the investigator has clear reason to believe that the suspect is involved in the crime or has lied he should still not accuse. [ If the investigator does not accuse the suspect while interviewing him he can establish a much better rapport with the suspect that will assist him in an interrigation after the interview. If the investigator does not ask him in an accusitory tone than the suspect will be more likely to provide information about his or her access, opportunity, propensity, and motives. The only purpose of an interview is to gater information. During an interview the investigator should be eliciting investigative and behavioral information. A good place to start during and interview is how the suspect and the victim knew each other. ] (More)
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Weegy: One aspect of an interrogation is the guilting. Guilt is a very powerful emotion, and when used correctly, you can get a person to tell you their darkest secrets. [ Imagine a woman who has murdered her child because her child was in pain (some disease which she did not have money to cure). She sees it as relieving her child from pain. The prosecution doesn't agree. If they can guilt her into thinking she has unjustly murdered her child, they will win the trial. ] (More)
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Weegy: Introduction - Beginning the Interview & Interrogation Process By Paul Francois & Enrique Garcia One of the most overlooked aspects of the Interview & Interrogation process is the introduction. [ When you first meet your subject, how should you behave? What do you say to him or her? It can be awkward and uncomfortable, so here are a few suggestions to simplify things at the very beginning. Getting the Subject to Your Facility As we've always emphasized, the location more than any other factor will predetermine your likelihood of success in the interview. Because you want the subject on "your turf," you have to convince him to come to you. Before bringing up the location of the interview, we suggest pinning your subject down to a date and time. We say things like, "What works better for you - mornings or afternoons? Mondays or Wednesdays?" After we establish a date and time, we ask the subject, "Do you know how to get to the police department?" If he says, "Yes," we tell him we'll see him at the specified date and time. If he says, "No," we provide directions. Greeting/Handshake Once the subject arrives at your facility, greet her in a friendly and sincere manner. It is important to be yourself and not be over the top trying to present yourself in some particular way. We suggest a respectful, professional greeting accompanied by a handshake. Again, we're looking for warm and friendly, but not phony. No two handed, crusher, or limp handshakes. Start Building Rapport Rapport begins when we first make contact with the subject. It is imperative to treat people, even the most vile of suspects, with dignity and respect. People seek approval and this is demonstrated in your tone, demeanor, and non-verbal behavior. We attempt to establish a first name basis with people right away, abandoning our own title and rank. We are simply "Paul" and "Enrique." This begins removing barriers and starts the rapport building process. Making Small Talk As we accompany ... (More)
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