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Spring 2022
Jun 23,2024
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CJA 213 - Interviewing and Interrogation
An examination of the investigative interview process, particularly as it applies to criminal inquiries and prosecutions. The course provides a comparative overview and critical analysis of the most commonly taught and widely used interviewing and interrogation techniques. Topics include the role of testimonial evidence; ethical and legal requirements and constraints; basic information-gathering strategies and practices; varied approaches for interviewing victims, witnesses, and suspects; the nature of psychological persuasion; and the interpretation of verbal and physical behavior.
3.000 Credit hours
30.000 TO 36.000 Lecture hours

Syllabus Available
Levels: Credit
Schedule Types: Lecture

Social Science Division
Social Science Department

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