"Techniques in the investigative interviewing and interrogation of victims, witnesses and suspects of crime vary around the world, according to a country's individual legal system, religion and culture. Whereas some countries have developed certain interview protocols for witnesses (such as the ABE Guidelines and the NICHD protocol when interviewing children) and the PEACE model of interviewing suspects, other countries continue to use physical coercion and other questionable tactics to elicit information. Until now, there has been very little empirical information about the overall interview and interrogation practices in non-western countries, especially the Middle and Far East. This book addresses this gap, bringing together international experts from over 25 countries and providing in-depth coverage of the various interview and interrogation techniques used across the globe. Volume 2 focuses on the interviewing of crime suspects, aiming to provide the necessary information for an understanding of how law enforcement agencies around the world gain valuable information from suspects in criminal cases. Together, the chapters that make up this volume and the accompanying volume on interviewing witnesses and victims, draw on specific national case studies and practices, examine contemporary challenges and identify best practice to enable readers to develop an international, as well as a comparative, perspective of developments worldwide in this important area of criminal investigation.This book will be an essential resource for academics and students engaged in the study of policing, criminal investigation, forensic psychology and criminal law. It will also be of great interest to practitioners, legal professionals and policymakers around the world."--Provided by publisher.
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part, Asia chapter Introduction: International developments in practice for suspects of crime chapter 1 The interrogation of criminal suspects in China / MARVIN ZALMAN YUNING WU chapter 2 Insights on investigative interviewing from practitioners and suspects in Indonesia, the Philippines and Sri Lanka chapter 3 Iran - the interrogation of suspects / NARGESS TAVASSOLIAN, MOHAMMAD HEDAYATI-KAKHKI, chapter 4 Investigative interviews with alleged suspects in Israel: It's all about age chapter 5 Current practice in interviews with suspects in Japan / TAEKO WACHI KAZUMI WATANABE part, Australia chapter 6 Interviewing suspects in Australia and New Zealand / AMANDA CAIN NINA J. WESTERA MARK KEBBELL part, Europe chapter 7 Interviewing suspects in Belgium / MIET VANDERHALLEN, ALEXANDRA DE JONG AND GEERT VERVAEKE chapter 8 Interviewing suspects in England and Wales / COLIN CLARKE REBECCA MILNE chapter 9 Interviews with suspects in Estonia / RAIVO ÖPIK KRISTJAN KASK chapter 10 Interviewing suspects in France / SAMUEL DEMARCHI LAURENT DELHALLE chapter 11 Investigative interviewing of suspects in Germany: Defining what not to do chapter 12 Criminal interrogation in Italy: Legal procedures and practices / ANGELO ZAPPALÀ FRANCESCO POMPEDDA chapter 13 The investigative interviewing of suspects in the Netherlands: Current practices and historical developments chapter 14 Interviewing suspects of crime in Portugal / CARLOS EDUARDO PEIXOTO, ALEXANDRA SEABRA chapter 15 Investigative interviewing of suspects in Scandinavia / IVAR A. FAHSING, KRISTINA KEPINSKA JAKOBSEN chapter 16 Contemporary developments and practices in investigative interviewing of suspects in Scotland chapter 17 Police interrogation of suspects in Slovenia / IGOR AREH SABINA ZGAGA BENJAMIN FLANDER chapter 18 Investigative interviewing of suspects in Switzerland / JULIE COURVOISIER, CHRISTOPHE SELLIE AND MICHEL ST-YVES part, North America chapter 19 Interviewing suspects in Canada / BRENT SNOOK KIRK LUTHER TODD BARRON chapter 20 Creating culprits in Mexico City / GUSTAVO FONDEVILA chapter 21 Interrogation and investigative interviewing of suspects in the United States.