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November 24, 2020 | View as webpage
Dear Police1 Member,

Problem: Witness interviews and suspect interrogations are challenging tasks for most LEOs. While all officers receive interviewing training in the academy, this basic training is not enough, especially when interviewing career criminals, distraught victims, or sociopathic fraudsters.

Solution: Read veteran investigator William Saladrigas’ article on the delicate process of extracting information in today’s newsletter.

Problem: Recorded interviews are a crucial, if not the most important, piece of evidence in criminal court cases, but officers should be able to focus on the interview and not worry if the recording system is properly working.

Solution: Download Police1’s “How to Buy Interview Recording Systems Guide” for a review of procurement and implementation considerations. Click here to access your free copy.

Stay safe,


The Police1 Team
 
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