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Investigative interviewing, and the information obtained from witnesses and victims, plays a vital role in criminal investigations. This comprehensive handbook explores current developments taking place in this rapidly developing field.

Author: Ray Bull

Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

ISBN: 0470512687

Category: Psychology

Page: 360

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Investigative interviewing, and the information obtained from witnesses and victims, plays a vital role in criminal investigations. This comprehensive handbook explores current developments taking place in this rapidly developing field. An authoritative handbook created by prestigious editors and an international team of recognised authors International in its focus - the book assesses current developments taking place in several countries Takes a holistic approach to the process by including sections on eyewitness indentification and evaluating truthfulness
2009-09-28 By Ray Bull

Current Developments and Future Directions Ray Bull, Tim Valentine, Tom Williamson. Chapter Six From Criminal Justice to Control Process: Interrogation in a Changing Context David Dixon Dean, Faculty of Law, University of New South ...

Author: Ray Bull

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470747605

Category: Psychology

Page: 360

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Investigative interviewing, and the information obtained from witnesses and victims, plays a vital role in criminal investigations. This comprehensive handbook explores current developments taking place in this rapidly developing field. An authoritative handbook created by prestigious editors and an international team of recognised authors International in its focus - the book assesses current developments taking place in several countries Takes a holistic approach to the process by including sections on eyewitness indentification and evaluating truthfulness
2009-06-29 By Ray Bull

In R. Bull, T. Valentine and T. Williamson (Eds.), Handbook of psychology of investigative interviewing: Current developments and future directions (pp. 121–136). Wiley-Blackwell. Fisher, R. P. and Geiselman, R. E. (1992).

Author: Ray Bull

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000692594

Category: Psychology

Page: 328

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The Routledge International Handbook of Legal and Investigative Psychology explores contemporary topics in psychological science, applying them to investigative and legal procedures. Written by recognized scholars from around the globe, this book brings together current research, emerging trends, and cutting-edge debates in a single comprehensive and authoritative volume. Drawing from both research and practice, this handbook highlights many important issues such as: how to investigate and prosecute rape; the value of emotional affect in homicide investigations; and factors affecting jurors’ and suspects’ decision making. By considering current research, the authors inform both legal and investigative professionals of findings that are of direct relevance to them, and the steps that can be taken to improve efficiency. This collection will inform investigative and legal professionals, advanced psychology students, academics, researchers, and policy makers. It will also be of great interest to researchers from other disciplines, including criminology, policing, and law.
2019-09-11 By Ray Bull

A Guide to Effective Practice Caroline Logan, Lorraine Johnstone. Bull, R., Valentine, T. and Williamson, T. (eds) (2009) Handbook of Psychology of Investigative Interviewing: Current developments and future directions, ...

Author: Caroline Logan

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781843928539

Category: Social Science

Page: 327

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The book is concerned particularly with the assessment and management of risk by practitioners in forensic - psychiatric and correctional . settings although its findings are likely to be of interest to those working in community settings also, especially with forensic clients.
2012-08-09 By Caroline Logan

(Eds.), Handbook of psychology of investigative interviewing: Current developments and future directions. Chichester, England: Wiley-Blackwell. Dalby, J. T. (1980). Hemispheric timesharing: Verbal and spatial loading with concurrent ...

Author: Marc Nesca

Publisher: Charles C Thomas Publisher

ISBN: 9780398088842

Category: Law

Page: 238

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Forensic mental health assessment has essentially become synonymous with forensic psychological assessment. This necessary shift toward empirically grounded procedures has had the unfortunate by-product of diminishing the importance of the clinical interview in favor of procedures biased in the direction of rigid structure and statistical formulas. In contrast, the authors’ approach to forensic mental health places the individual front and center in the assessment process. The need to treat the interviewee as an individual rather than a member of some statistically defined group is the recurring theme of this book. As much as possible, the text is focused on the interview proper. Issues related to the broader topic of forensic assessment are discussed as necessary to provide context. Although the issues discussed apply equally in civil and family court settings, the focus is on the criminal justice system. This is not a “how to” book but rather focuses primarily on the interview process and on general areas of inquiry. The text is organized into three sections: (1) general issues, (2) specific applications, and (3) special populations. Section 1 provides a conceptual foundation for the book by comparing and contrasting clinical and forensic interview strategies. Further, it introduces the concept of idiographic model construction central to the authors’ approach to interviewing and also addresses the thorny issues of malingering and response bias. The section closes with a discussion of practical considerations and technical issues applicable to forensic interviews. In section 2, the focus is narrowed to three criminal justice settings: retrospective insanity offenses, here and now adjudicative competency assessments, and forward-looking predisposition assessments. The final section further narrows its focus with chapters on interviewing sexual, violent, and adolescent offenders, as well as a chapter on third-party sources of information in forensic mental health evaluations. The book will serve as a valuable resource for a variety of mental health professionals as well as criminal justice administrators.
2013-06-01 By Marc Nesca

Applying cognitive theory in public health investigations: Enhancing food recall with the cognitive interview. ... Williamson (Eds.), Handbook of psychology of investigative interviewing: Current developments and future directions (pp.

Author: Jason J. Dickinson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351662017

Category: Law

Page: 262

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For as long as we have been researching human memory, psychologists have been investigating how people remember and forget. This research is regularly drawn upon in our legal systems. Historically, we have relied upon eyewitness memory to help judge responsibility and adjudicate truth, but memory is malleable, prone to error, and susceptible to bias. Even confident eyewitnesses make mistakes, and even accurate witnesses sometimes find their testimony subjected to harsh scrutiny. Emerging from this environment, the Cognitive Interview (CI) became a means of assisting cooperative witnesses with recalling more information without sacrificing accuracy. First used by police interviewing adult witnesses, it is now used with many populations in many contexts, including public health, accident reconstruction, and the interrogation of terror suspects. Evidence-Based Investigative Interviewing reviews the application of cognitive research to investigative interviewing, revealing how principles of cognition, memory, and social dynamics may increase the accuracy of eyewitness testimony. It provides evidence-based applications for investigators beyond the forensic domain in areas such as eyewitness identification, detecting deception, and interviewing children. Drawing together the work of thirty-three authors across both the academic and practice communities, this comprehensive collection is essential reading for researchers in psychology, forensics, and disciplines such as epidemiology and gerontology.
2019-02-21 By Jason J. Dickinson

The psychology of suspects' decision-making during interrogation. In R. Bull, T. Valentine & T. Williamson (Eds.), Handbook of psychology of investigative interviewing. Current developments and future directions (pp. 1–15).

Author: Ray Bull

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461496427

Category: Psychology

Page: 245

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This edited volume reviews the latest research on investigative interviewing in order to provide insights on the psychological processes of the person being interviewed as well as to offer guidelines for conducting credible and useful interviews. Critical and controversial areas are highlighted (eg. false confessions, child interviewing) in order to bring clarity to how these interrogations are to be conducted. Chapters focus on these areas to provide comprehensive views of theoretical, evidence-based background, as well as practical considerations of interrogation settings and procedures. The contributors are internationally respected scholars in the field of psychology and law with particular expertise in the interviews that are critical to legal proceedings. And attention is given to the criminal justice system in international perspective.
2014-02-10 By Ray Bull

Research Agenda Most of the research to date that has looked at improving police information retrieval has relied very ... T. (eds) Handbook of Psychology of Investigative Interviewing: Current Developments and Future Directions, ...

Author: David V. Canter

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470023976

Category: Psychology

Page: 486

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This ground-breaking text is the first to provide a detailed overview of Investigative Psychology, from the earliest work through to recent studies, including descriptions of previously unpublished internal reports. Crucially it provides a framework for students to explore this exciting terrain, combining Narrative Theory and an Action Systems framework. It includes empirically tested models for Offender Profiling and guidance for investigations, as well as an agenda for research in Investigative Psychology. Investigative Psychology features: The full range of crimes from fraud to terrorism, including burglary, serial killing, arson, rape, and organised crime Important methodologies including multi-dimensional scaling and the Radex approach as well as Social Network Analysis Geographical Offender Profiling, supported by detailed analysis of the underlying psychological processes that make this such a valuable investigative decision support tool The full range of investigative activities, including effective information collection, detecting deception and the development of decision support systems. In effect, this text introduces an exciting new paradigm for a wide range of psychological contributions to all forms of investigation within and outside of law enforcement. Each chapter has actual cases and quotations from offenders and ends with questions for discussion and research, making this a valuable text for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Applied and Forensic Psychology, Criminology, Socio-Legal Studies and related disciplines.
2009-12-21 By David V. Canter

The Cognitive Interview: Research and Practice across the Lifespan In R. Bull, T. Valentine, & T. Williamson (Eds.), Handbook of psychology of investigative interviewing: current developments and future directions.

Author: Sedat Mulayim

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781482242560

Category: Computers

Page: 147

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Police interviews with suspects and witnesses provide some of the most significant evidence in criminal investigations. Frequently challenging, they require special training and skills. This interaction process is further complicated when the suspect or witness does not speak the same language as the interviewer. A professional reference that can b
2014-09-03 By Sedat Mulayim

Handbook of Psychology of Investigative Interviewing: Current Developments and Future Directions. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell. Cleary, Hayley, and Todd Warner. 2016. “Police Training in Interviewing and Interrogation Method.

Author: Marianne Mason

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 9780226647821

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 336

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Forensic linguistics, or the study of language and the law, is a growing field of scholarly and public interest with an established research presence. The Discourse of Police Interviews aims to further the discussion by analyzing how police interviews are constructed and used to investigate and prosecute crimes. The first book to focus exclusively on the discourses of police interviewing, The Discourse of Police Interviews examines leading debates, approaches, and topics in contemporary police interview research. Among other topics, the book explores the sociolegal, psychological, and discursive framework of popular police interview techniques employed in the United States and the United Kingdom, such as PEACE and Reid, and the discursive practices of institutional representatives like police officers and interpreters that can influence the construction and quality of linguistic evidence. Together, the contributions situate the police interview as part of a complex, and multistage, criminal justice process. The book will be of interest to both scholars and practitioners in a variety of fields, such as linguistic anthropology, interpreting studies, criminology, law, and sociology.
2020-04-07 By Marianne Mason