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Interviews v. interrogations

Interviews and interrogations: What is the difference?

Interviews are nonaccusatory and used to gain information. Interrogations are conducted when guilt is reasonably certain. They are accusatory and conducted in a controlled environment.
Learn more about Barry Thompson and Branch Walton’s webinar Security Officer Interviewing Techniques

First published on 02/09/2020

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