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Reducing a Guilty Suspectís Resistance to Confessing: Applying Criminological Theory to Interrogation Theme Development: A Reprint from FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin
Brian Parsi Boetig (au)
Describes how investigators can increase their success in the interrogation room by applying criminological theories of deviance, which attempt to explain the roots of criminal behavior. The theories attribute deviant behavior to a multitude of spiritual, biological, and social factors. Investigators conducting interrogations can apply these principles in an effort to reduce a suspectís resistance to being truthful by exploiting centuries of social science research. Possessing a basic understanding of the theories and how to practically apply them during an interrogation can improve investigatorsí abilities to facilitate a guilty suspectís transition from denial to admission. Illustrations.
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