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This text looks at psychology and investigation which draws upon a range of psychological principles relevant to the conduct of criminal or civil investigations. The issues covered by the area relate to the management, investigation and the ensuing legal outcomes of criminal cases.;The issues examined reveal that what fuels the investigative process is the information upon which sequences of decisions are made. A basic example would be matching fingerprints found at a crime scene with a suspect. However many cases are not this simple, for example a murder scene disarray may infer that it was a burglar who was disturbed in the act. These inferences will either result in a decision to seek further information or to select from a possible range of actions including the arrest and charging of a potential suspect.;This text looks at three psychological processes that may be of relevance - assessing the accounts of the crime, making decisions upon this information and developing an understanding of the actual actions of the offenders themselves.

Interviewing and deception - David V Canter

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Title
Interviewing and deception
Author
David V Canter
format
Hardback
Publisher
Ashgate
Language
English
UK Publication Date
19991011

This text looks at psychology and investigation which draws upon a range of psychological principles relevant to the conduct of criminal or civil investigations. The issues covered by the area relate to the management, investigation and the ensuing legal outcomes of criminal cases.;The issues examined reveal that what fuels the investigative process is the information upon which sequences of decisions are made. A basic example would be matching fingerprints found at a crime scene with a suspect. However many cases are not this simple, for example a murder scene disarray may infer that it was a burglar who was disturbed in the act. These inferences will either result in a decision to seek further information or to select from a possible range of actions including the arrest and charging of a potential suspect.;This text looks at three psychological processes that may be of relevance - assessing the accounts of the crime, making decisions upon this information and developing an understanding of the actual actions of the offenders themselves.

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Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Criminal investigation.|Interviewing in law enforcement.|Criminal psychology.|Criminal behavior.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
231

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