Using behavioral analysis interview techniques to elicit confessions
During an investigation, police officers rely on interrogation tactics and strategies to assess whether someone is telling the truth. Often, the outcome of an investigation depends heavily on the interview and interrogation skills of officers. One of the most prevalent methods of police interrogation is the Behavioral Analysis Interview. BAI was first formally developed by John E. Reid to help differentiate between innocent, truthful suspects and those who were being deceptive during an interview.
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