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by Warren D. Holmes

Download Criminal Interrogation: A Modern Format for Interrogating Criminal Suspects Based on the Intellectual Approach eBook
ISBN:
0398073198
Author:
Warren D. Holmes
Category:
Politics & Government
Language:
English
Publisher:
Charles C Thomas Pub Ltd (July 1, 2002)
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166 pages
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Personal Name: Holmes, Warren D. Publication, Distribution, et. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. Springfield, Ill. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Criminal interrogation : a modern format for interrogating criminal suspects based on the intellectual approach, by Warren D. Holmes.

Criminal Interrogation: A Modern Format for Interrogating Criminal Suspects Based on the Intellectual Approach. Entry into the criminal justice system: A survey of police arrests and their outcomes.

Holmes, W. D. (2002). Criminal interrogation: A modern format for interrogating criminal suspects based on the intellectual approach. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas. Wrongful conviction and public policy: The American Society of Criminology 2001 Presidential address. Criminology, 40, 1–18. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Huff, C. Rattner, . & Sagarin, E. (1986). Guilty until proven innocent: Wrongful conviction and public policy. Crime and Delinquency, 32, 518–544. Inbau, F. Reid, J. Buckley, J. & Jayne, B. C. (2001).

Holmes, Warren D. 2002. Inbau, Fred . John E. Reid, Joseph.

Delineating criminal investigation within the components of task-skills and .

Delineating criminal investigation within the components of task-skills and thinking-skills, this book describes task-skills such incident response, crime scene management, evidence management, witness management, and forensic analysis, as essential foundations supporting the critical thinking-skills of offence validation and theory development for the creation of effective investigative plans aimed at forming reasonable grounds for belief. The progression from interviewing to questioning to interrogating, and how this progression relates to investigative practices

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During a criminal interrogation if an individual asks for an attorney to be present, the interrogation should be stopped immediately. During interrogation what was said is not stated on the police report. If the police continue the interrogation without the individual’s attorney present, the defendant’s attorney can petition the court to suppress any evidence that may arise during the interrogation due to the individual being denied counsel. How do I get it corrected and how do I go about getting video or audio during the interrogation process? What can be done to offi.

Author Holmes is well qualified to write a book on the subject of criminal interrogation and has lectured about it in many organizations including the FBI, CIA, the Secret Service, the Canadian Police College, and the Singapore Police Department. He has also conducted polygraph examinations in such nationally known cases as the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the murder of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Watergate. Drawing on current knowledge and his own extensive experience, the author provides a thorough overview of the techniques and procedures of interrogation. The main purpose of this book is that it will give you the tools to combat the criminal suspect and to attain the most satisfying outcome of criminal investigation: obtaining a confession through astute interrogation. Ideally, to learn how to interrogate, one should be exposed to talented interrogators in action. Any book about criminal interrogation can never be a complete substitute for the daily or weekly experience of interrogating criminal suspects. Recognizing this fact, it is the authors plan to write a 'how-to' book that provides a framework for enhancing ones personal experience. It will help guide the interrogator through the inherent difficulty that is manifested by the margin of error in perceiving guilt or innocence as well as in the length of time it takes an average person to become sufficiently experienced to reach an acceptable degree of proficiency. The scope of this book includes a step-by-step procedure for interrogation from the moment the suspect enters the interrogation room to the time he leaves. It will also help interrogators to keep from running out of things to say to a suspect by providing suggested interrogational arguments for specific crimes. Sex crimes, murder cases, espionage cases, and miscellaneous crimes are explored with various suggested arguments to be employed while handling these different types of cases. The three types of closure, the handling of the confession, and the formal confession as court evidence are discussed in detail, which also includes the interrogation of the accomplice and the potential witness. By reading this book, you will learn how to obtain confessions not by asking the suspect questions, but by convincing a suspect to confess by using persuasive interrogational arguments.