Interviewing Suspects

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  • Interviewing Suspects
    • Mann et al-Detecting Lies
      • AIM- To test police officers ability to distinguish lies and truths in interviews with suspects.
  • CONCLUSION- Police officers were better than chance at detecting lies. Secondly, the more experience a police officer had, the better they were at detecting lies. A good lie detector relied on story cues rather than other factors such as body language.
    • Mann et al-Detecting Lies
      • AIM- To test police officers ability to distinguish lies and truths in interviews with suspects.
  • Inbau et al- Interrogation techniques
    • Interviewing Suspects
    • 9 steps of confrontation.
      • Inbau et al- Interrogation techniques
        • Felt police could lie, deceive or use tricks to force a confession.

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