Introduction to the Inductive Interview System

Organization(s): Justice Clearinghouse

Jan 10, 2019
1:00pm – 2:00pm (1 hour)
Time Zone: Eastern

With law enforcement tactics under intense scrutiny by the public, the courts, and the media, it is essential for both investigators and street officers to master the art of interviewing and interrogation. Advances in forensic technology have confirmed that overly coercive interviewing techniques and clever psychological tactics can produce false confessions. The Inductive Interview System is proven to produce credible results and prevent false confessions. Easily mastered by any officer, the Inductive Interview System creates an environment conducive to full disclosure of the truth while overcoming a subject's attempts at deception or suppression. The unique, "non-linear" approach is significantly different, more reliable, and considerably more flexible than traditional interviewing systems.

Location: Online
Price: Free
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