Thoughts about Interviewing Suspects from Sheriff Ray Nash (ret)

During his webinar, “Introduction to the Inductive Interview System,” Sheriff Ray Nash (ret) of Police Dynamics shared excellent advice for gleaning important information from interview subjects. This advice could be applied to a variety of justice professions as well.

“It is critical to pay attention to what the subject ACTUALLY said, not what you THINK they said.”

 

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