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Interrogation Exam 2, Dr. Battin

by: Peter Wright

Interrogation Exam 2, Dr. Battin 3262–01/02

Peter Wright

Investigation and Interrogation
Dr. Joshua Battin

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A very basic study guide for the second exam in Dr. Battin's Investigation and Interrogation course. I created this study guide since Dr. Battin does not usually give a study guide until a day or t...
Investigation and Interrogation
Dr. Joshua Battin
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Peter Wright on Saturday October 10, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to 3262–01/02 at Mansfield University of Pennsylvania taught by Dr. Joshua Battin in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 58 views. For similar materials see Investigation and Interrogation in Criminal Justice at Mansfield University of Pennsylvania.


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Date Created: 10/10/15
0 Non threatening questions for BSA used to develop a rapport Investigative questions to develop information this is where deceptive and truthful answers come from 0 Behavior provokingbaiting questions quotEstablish rapport with background questions and other initial discussions about investigation Then ask about crime related questions This gives an interview a rhythm and helps comfort suspectsquot When starting out an interview 0 After you introduce yourself start out with initial open questions BSA 0 Next do a Narrative an account of what happened This is where the likelihood of omission will occur It sets the stage suspects can either decided to add detail or to leave detail out 0 State your questions in the broadest sense possible Ask them what they were doing some time prior to the crime Truthful accounts usually take place before an event while guilty suspects ask quotwhere should I startquot 0 To get a full response let the person talk as much as possible use fore silence and do not interrupt 1 Sets the stage for incident with detail 2 The event 3 The epilogue where they explain what they did afterwards quotGuilty suspects usually skim overskip the epilogue and don39t tell you what they did afterwards Be suspicious to levels of detailquot quotSimilar details throughout session and out of sequence information is natural and indicates truth It is an expression of sincere thoughts and emotionsquot quotVarying levels of detail perfect chronologically presented details absence of thoughts or emotions phrases that indicate a time gap and implied action phrases indicate guiltquot lmplied action phrases Never saying something outright ex quotwell I usually go to xyzquot quotI normally go and xyzquot No unique characteristic to deception Consistency with all 3 channels of communication Evaluate paralinguistic and nonverbal behavior in context of given message Evaluate preponderance behaviors occurring throughout interview Establish the subjects normal behavior patterns P PWN 3 channels 1 Verbal the word choice and arrangement in a message 2 Paralinguistic characteristics of speech outside of the spoken word 3 Nonverbal body movement Common deception cues common not proven Spontaneous vs guarded Sincere vs insincere Helpful vs not helpful Realistic vs unrealistic Concerned vs not concerned Cooperative vs uncooperative quotMentally healthy properly socialized people will experience anxiety when they liequot Responsive latency Length between the last word of the question and the rst word of the response Truthful responses come roughly 5 seconds While deceptive answers are closer to 15 quotThe longer it takes to givesay an actual answer the higher the likelihood that someone is deceptivequot Paralinguistic behavior quotDeceptive subjects are aware of their delay and disguise it as thoughtfulness this is stallingquot Early responses Responses offered before question is nished indicates rehearsal Response length Truthful subjects offer longer answers Sometimes Consider how long Stephanie Lazarus talked The answers must make sense and be on subject Response delivery Generally when a subject is relating a truthful emotional account rate and pitch of the subject will rise Truthful subjects Speak clearly wants to be understood by the investigator Deceptive subjects Often mumble or speak very quietly quotThisquot is linked to Erasure behavior Laughs coughs throat clearing right after a signi cant denial etc in conjunction with the start and stop behavior


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