Good Course Work About Interviewing and Interrogation
– What are the qualities of an effective interviewer and interrogator?
An effective interviewer and the interrogator should have a set of skills to enable accurate and objective interrogation. Interviewing and interrogation possesses similar aspects. They both are ways of obtaining information. The interrogator must have skills of dealing with resistance. During the process of interrogation, the interrogator requires skills of theme development to ensure coverage of every area of the interrogation process. The interviewers should have cognitive skills. Communication skills allow the interrogation and interview process to happen smoothly (Mauro & Melton, 2003). Rapport building skills helps in creating confidence between the suspect and investigator.
– What are the purposes of interviews and interrogations?
Interviews and interrogation aim at getting information that will help law enforcement officials to deter crime and protect the citizens in the community. The information obtained from interviews and interrogation helps in crime reduction.
– What is the difference between an interview and an interrogation?
An interview occurs in an environment that allows cordial relationship between the interviewer and the interviewee. The interviewee is in a psychologically and physically comfortable environment (Davies & Beech, 2012). Interrogation puts the suspect in an uncomfortable position. The suspect is under pressure to answer questions from the interrogator.
– What is D. K. Berlo's communication process? How does it apply in the criminal justice field?
The model of Berlo communication model takes in to account the emotional perspective of the message. The model that Berlo`s follows is the source, message, channel and the receiver. For an interview to occur according to Berlo, a source must originate the message for the receiver to receive and interpret. The conveyance of a message occurs through the five senses. This model is applicable in the criminal justice field because solutions to crimes come about when a person decides to exchange information with the police. It can happen through influence by the skills of the interviewer.
– What is a purposeful interview?
Purposeful interview is an interview that aims at establishing rapport between the interviewee and interviewer. This interview allows attainment of objectives.
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Davies, G., & Beech, A. R. (2012). Forensic psychology. Chichester: Wiley.
Mauro, P., & Melton, H. K. (2003). Interviews and interrogations. New York: Scholastic. Top of Form