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The art of investigative interviewing : a human approach to testimonial evidence

Author: Charles L Yeschke
Publisher: Boston : Butterworth-Heinemann, ©1997.
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This text covers the human or psychological aspects of interviewing. Of particular concern is the psychological or "human need" to construct, as the urge to reveal information, or not to, is  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles L Yeschke
ISBN: 075069808X 9780750698085
OCLC Number: 34598203
Description: xxix, 242 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Ethical Standards and Practices --
Good and Evil --
Values --
The Foundation of Ethics --
Ethical Leadership --
Ethics for Law Enforcement Professionals --
Professional Integrity --
BOX: A Sample Code of Ethics for Law Enforcement Professionals --
BOX: Canons of Ethics of the California Peace Officers' Association --
Ethical and Unethical Interviewing --
Human Needs and Deception in the Interview --
Human Needs --
Universal Human Needs --
Self-Image and Esteem --
Satisfaction of Needs --
Refusal to Cooperate --
Fear of Self-Disclosure --
Fear of Harming Others --
The Interviewer's Task --
Responding to Anger --
The Interviewer's Needs --
Deception --
Warning Signs of Deception --
Verbal Signs --
Nonverbal Signs --
Physiological Signs --
Psychological Motives for Deception --
The Pathological Liar --
The Psychopathic Personality --
Defense Mechanisms --
Concluding There's Deception --
Preparing for the Interview --
Attitude --
The Components of a Positive Attitude --
Attitude Change --
Flexibility --
Curiosity --
Imagination --
Intuition --
The Intuition of Interviewees --
Evidence --
Real, Documentary, and Testimonial Evidence --
Voluntary Confessions --
The Miranda Warnings --
When the Miranda Warnings Are Required --
Legal Tactics When Seeking a Confession --
Evidence Collection and Preservation --
Report Writing --
Characteristics of a Well-Written Report --
Testimony in a Court of Law --
Public and Private Interviewing --
BOX: Part I and Part II Offenses of the Uniform Crime Report.
Responsibility: Charles L. Yeschke.

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