Differences between an Interview and Interrogation
The process of an interview is conducted in a very cordial manner and the witness or the subject is placed in a psychological and physical comfortable condition. The person is also free from custody, and mostly it may e a request or a compulsory by the investigator. Interrogation, on its part, is conducted in a custody or interrogation room, where there is psychological and physical pressure.
Briefly describe the:
A) Good Guy-Bad Guy Approach: involves both intimidation of the suspect (bad guy) with threatening and belligerent behavior and the behavior of calmness and supportive (good guy) in order to get a more accurate result. B) Factual Approach: ...