Published Online: 1 November 2003
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Interviewing and interrogation, two of the most important tasks of an investigator, are skills that are developed over time. Proper development requires well-directed, systematic and appropriate training. Although there are principles that feature in such training, how those are applied depends on several circumstantial factors, including, of course, the interrogators' personal characteristics. There are a number of books now available on the market that purport to "teach" investigators how to conduct interviews and interrogations. This book, a revision of an earlier edition by the same authors, is one of them.
Paper ID: JFS2003191