Interviewing and Investigation: SmartTalk, 2nd edition
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Interviewing and Investigation: Smart Talk is a comprehensive introduction to interviewing and interrogation. It provides essential communication methods and techniques readers can rely on throughout a criminal justice career. Exploring multiple approaches and legal considerations, Gosselin describes techniques that improve both the quality and quantity of information gathered from victims, witnesses and perpetrators.
The 2nd Edition reflects current methods of interviewing and interrogation, including new uses of technology and cutting-edge tactics. A new chapter on victim-informed interviewing discusses the trauma-informed victim approach and strategies for communicating with high-risk victim populations.
Published by Pearson (July 14th 2021) - Copyright © 2019
Subject: Criminal Justice
Category: Criminal Investigation
PART 1: LAYING THE GROUNDWORK FOR SUCCESS
1. Interviewing and Interrogation
2. The Interview Process
3. Investigative Interviewing
PART 2: METHODS AND TECHNIQUES
4. Unstructured and Structured Interviewing with Online Application and Scan
5. Memory Enhanced and Retrieval Interviewing
6. Principles to Detect Deception
PART 3: INTERVIEWING SPECIAL POPULATIONS
7. Trauma-Informed Victim Approach
8. Interviewing Children
9. Interviewing Older Adults
10. Interviewing Persons with Disabilities and Mental Illness
PART 4: INTERROGATION
11. The Interrogation Process and the Law
12. Confessions in a Justice Context
13. Techniques for Interrogation
14. Juvenile Rights and Interviewer Responsibilities
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