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Investigative Interviewing: The Conversation Management Approach 2nd ed (eBook)

ISBN13: 9780191504136
Published: November 2013
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
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Investigative Interviewing: A Conversation Management Approach is a unique and practical text providing police officers with practical guidance on what to do prior to, during, and following investigative interviews for all kinds of witnesses, from vulnerable adults and children to suspects. It offers a comprehensive tool-kit to help you assess and monitor interviewees and capture the fine-grain detail of what is said, or indeed not said, during an interview. With 'how-to' guidance advising you how to operate ethically and to maximum effect at each phase of interviewing, each chapter advances the core concepts of case management through a subject-centric approach and there is in-depth discussion of the psychological underpinning of the Conversation Management technique which lies at the heart of the PEACE interviewing model.

The second edition has been updated to reflect significant developments in interview practice, including a new chapter on interviewing the suspect who is obliged to disclose and greater attention to the demands of interviewing an individual who does not speak English. There is also a greater practitioner focus through the involvement of co-author Andrew Griffiths, a Detective Superintendent at Sussex Police.

Police and Public Order Law, eBooks
1. Criminal Investigation and Investigative Interviewing
2. Remembering and Forgetting Offence-related Experience
3. Conversation: The Basics
4. Telling and Listening: Disclosing and Making Sense of Disclosed Detail
5. RESPONSE: Mindful Behaviours for Relationship Building
6. Managing Information
7. Active Listening, Observing and Assessing
8. Right Person, Right Place, Right Time, Right Question
9. The Right Manner of Questioning
10. Assisting Remembrance of Offence-related Detail
11. Responding to Inappropriate or Disruptive Behaviour and to Resistance
12. Interviewing the Witness: Key Considerations
13. Interviewing the Developmentally Disadvantaged Witness: Key Considerations
14. Interviewing the Developmentally Disadvantaged Witness: Orientation and Assessment (O&A) Interviewing and Investigative Interviewing
15. Interviewing the Suspect: Key Considerations
16. Interviewing the Suspect Who Exercises the Right to Remain Silent Without Handing in a Defence Statement
17. Interviewing the Suspect Who Answers Questions
18. Interviewing the Suspect Who Produces a Prepared Statement
19. Interviewing the Suspect Who is Obliged to Disclose Information