Police Tactics: The Interrogation (DVD)

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Pressure, relentless questioning, fatigue, delirium play a significant part in an interrogation and suspects have been known to admit to crimes which they didn’t commit. This program examines some of these cases.

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#6729  How can a policeman know if a suspect is lying or not? What makes a good interrogation?
In America, an estimated 25% of confessions are thought to be false. The old good cop, bad cop trick is one of the oldest and most famous interrogation methods in the book. Despite its Hollywood status, the overbearing demeanor of one investigator combined with the seemingly supportive nature of another is an real-life method used in getting confessions out of suspects.
But what about when suspects give false confessions? Pressure, relentless questioning, fatigue, delirium; all can play a significant part in an interrogation and suspects have been known to admit to crimes which they have been proven innocent of years later while in jail.
We examine some of these cases and see how bad and overpowering questioning methods can actually suppress the truth rather than reveal it.
Viewing time: 52 minutes. Closed-captioned. 2013. Purchase options: DVD ($169.95), 3-year Streaming ($169.95), or DVD plus 3-year Streaming ($254.93).
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1 DVD, 1 3-Year Streaming Video Subscription, DVD + Streaming Video

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