Interviewing Child Witnesses
Conducting a successful child witness interview is no easy task. In addition to extracting information from a person whose brain is only partially developed, the interviewer must also take into consideration the legal/political ramifications of conducting the interview and must also consider the potential trauma to the child that the interview may cause.
Evidence Collection | Confrontational Interrogations and Evidentiary Value
The amount of effort to achieve a confrontational interview can feel deceiving to reach, and is even trickier to control once you’ve reached that point. Documenting confrontation can present some serious challenges.
Collecting Evidence from Violent Suspects | Evidence Management
No evidence on a violent suspect is worth injury to ourselves, or others, or death. Getting violent suspects under control is our priority then evidence collection should start. Training and developing policy to deal with these situations is what solves problems later.