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The Art of Investigative Interviewing by Charles L. Yeschke
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Apr 28, 2012

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bookshelves: security, leadership, psychology, cognition

The Art of Investigative Interviewing: A Human Approach to Testimonial Evidence by Charles L. Yeschke is one of two texts for SM-403 Private Investigation Principles, which I'm teaching at Saint Mary's this summer. It's written in a very accessible style and is surprisingly strong on the human element. That shouldn't be a surprise but some interrogations systems take an adversarial tone or proceed in a rather scientific fashion. Yeschke endeavors the would be interviewer to indulge his or her human side in the interest of collecting information, evidence, and eventually admissions and confessions in a ethical and effective manner.
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