How to buy interview recording systems (eBook)
Download this Police1 interview recording systems buying guide to learn key steps for product selection, purchasing and implementation
Police interviewing and interrogation is a challenging task for most officers. 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.
Police agencies understand the difficulties officers face with interviews, so they send officers to body posture, facial expression and voice stress analysis courses to help an officer become a more effective interviewer.
Recorded interviews are crucial, if not the most important, piece of evidence in criminal court cases. Many prosecutors won't even file criminal charges if officers do not complete an interview. Police interviews convert crimes to convictions.
But when the officer starts the interview, no matter how serious the crime, they will likely use an interview recording system that captures both video and audio. Officers should focus on the interview and shouldn't worry about if the recording system is properly working.
Choosing the right interview recording systems for your agency can be challenging, but it doesn't have to be. This Police1 guide addresses the issues to consider in the acquisition of interview recording systems. Included in this guide:
- Key considerations before purchasing
- Implementation considerations
- Questions to ask vendors
- Company directory
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