|The Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation®|
The Psychology of Interviewing
· Investigator's demeanor
· Open-ended and closed questions
· Assumptive questions
Verbal Behavior Analysis
· Evaluating attitudes
· Inappropriate and unnecessary responses
Nonverbal Behavior Analysis
· Eye contact
· Grooming gestures
· Body movement
The Reid Nine Steps of Interrogation®
1. The Positive Confrontation
2. Theme Development
3. Handling Denials
4. Overcoming Objections
5. Procuring and Retaining the Subject's Attention
6. Handling the Subject's Passive Mood
7. Presenting an Alternative Question
8. Detailing the Offense
9. Elements of Oral and Written Statements
The crucial question in any criminal case is whether or not the suspect, the victim, or other witnesses are telling the truth. The answer can
influence the course of an entire investigation. Believing the wrong person may allow a guilty party to go free.
In every interview situation, an interviewer's perception is based on the person's behavior. How a person says something is often as important as what the person says. The Reid Technique of Interviewing and Interrogation® shows how officers to observe and identify possible indications of truth or deception.
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