eBook: Planning a Suspect Interview Suite

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This guide aims to explore the best practices for creating the setting for conducting and recording suspect investigative interviews considering a fair and compassionate approach to evidence collection. 
It serves as a guide to help to understand the implications of the choice in technology and the setup of the suspect interview recording. It brings in learnings and best practices and ensures that future implementations maintain the integrity of the process and the admissibility of the evidence. 

From choosing the ideal room and its layout, to selecting the appropriate audio and video equipment, every detail matters. By taking these aspects into consideration, we can ensure a successful outcome for all parties involved while maintaining the utmost sensitivity and professionalism.

In this eBook you can learn:

  • How to craft the ideal investigative interview space 
  • How to ensure the right audio environment for investigative interviews 
  • How to secure clear and comprehensive evidence from your audio recording 
  • How to ensure complete coverage and clarity from your video recording 
  • What to keep in mind when choosing recorders for evidence collection 

For investigators, legal professionals, social workers, and anyone involved in these interviews, understanding the importance of the environment and the technology used is crucial.

About the author

For almost 40 years, Jeff Horn has been working in close collaboration with Police and other law enforcement establishments internationally, and Jeff has developed a deep understanding of the challenges when creating best evidence during investigative interviews. 

In this eBook he is sharing his insights on how to plan and set up a suspect interview suite, while acknowledging the early work of those that introduced investigative interviewing within the UK home office which led the way.

This eBook is fact checked by Dr. Ivar Fahsing, Expert on Human Rights and Criminal Investigation.

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