Practical Aspects of Interview and Interrogation, Third Edition
Series Editor: Vernon J. Geberth
CRC Press – 2012 – 450 pages
Techniques for interview and interrogation have become even more sophisticated and complex in recent years. With all chapters revised and expanded, the third edition of this bestselling book provides the latest information on establishing credibility as well as interpreting verbal and physical behavior, among other important topics. The text includes two new chapters that address juvenile interrogations and profiling. In addition, all of the existing chapters have been updated to reflect the current state of interrogation and interviewing techniques. This popular title remains essential for criminal justice professionals.
Introduction/Overview of the Process
Preparation and Strategy
Memory and False Confessions
Interpretation of Verbal and Physical Behavior
Causes of Denials
Why People Confess
Establishing Credibility/ The Accusation
Obtaining the Admission
Development of the Admission
Ending the Interview
Frequently Asked Questions
David Zulawski and Douglas E. Wicklander are co-founders of Wicklander-Zulawski & Associates Inc., of Downers Grove, Illinois.