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Interview And Interrogation

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This course will detail the differences between interviewing and interrogation techniques. We will discuss how witnesses and victims are interviewed and look at how suspects can be interrogated. We will also examine the differences between private sector techniques versus those unique to law enforcement.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    Foundation of Interviews & Interrogations

    • Explain the foundation of interviews and interrogations.
    • Examine communication theory.
    • Discuss interview and interrogation ethical challenges.

    Interviews

    • Identify types of interviews.
    • Explain how to prepare for an interview.
    • Predict interview challenges.

    Interrogations

    • Examine interrogation approaches.
    • Compare strategies used in interrogations.

    Detecting Deception

    • Differentiate between honesty and deception.
    • Summarize techniques for detecting deception.
    • Examine obstacles to detecting deception.

    Private Sector vs. Law Enforcement

    • Explain the differences between private sector and law enforcement interviews and interrogations.
    • Illustrate legal concerns with interviews and interrogations.
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