- Provides guidance on conducting investigative interviews professionally and ethically - Includes instructions for obtaining voluntary confessions from suspects, victims, and witnesses - Builds a foundation of effective interviewing skills with guidance on every step of the process, from preparation to evaluating evidence obtained in an interview
Foreword by Lawrence Fennelly and Louis Tyska
Chapter 1 So You Want to be an Investigative Interviewer?
Chapter 2 Ethical Standards and Professionalism
Chapter 3 Preparing for the Interview
Chapter 4 Deception in the Interview
Chapter 5 Evidence
Chapter 6 Public and Private Interviewing
Chapter 7 Rapport
Chapter 8 Authority
Chapter 9 Overview of the Interview Process
Chapter 10 Setting, Location, Intensity, and Approach in the Interview
Chapter 11 Questioning Techniques
Chapter 12 Internal Controls Introduction Internal Theft Controls and Personnel Issues
Chapter 13 100 Things You Should be Aware of as an Investigative Interviewer
Inge Sebyan Black, CPP, CFE, CPOI, is the president of Security Investigations Consulting. She has spent over 35 years in corporate security management, licensed as a private investigator in both the United States and Canada, and serves as a security, risk, and investigations consultant. As a Certified Fraud Examiner, she has handled cases both in the private sector and for Fortune 500 companies. Inge has successfully obtained hundreds of confessions for prosecution, and she also uses her interviewing skills when conducting security threat and risk assessments.