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Interviewing Vulnerable Suspects
Safeguarding the Process




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October 14, 2022 Forthcoming by Routledge
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Book Description

This book is an in-depth, evidence-based guide to interviewing suspects with specific vulnerabilities. It provides an overview of current research, practices, and legal considerations for interviewing vulnerable suspects, incorporating guidelines regarding the identification of vulnerabilities, engaging with third parties in the interview, and training and supervision. It then goes on to cover specific vulnerabilities typically encountered in suspect populations, providing clear summaries of current research, case studies, and practical guidance for conducting interviews with these populations to facilitate best practice in interviewing. Expertise is drawn from both law enforcement practice and academic research to ensure an evidence-based approach that is relevant for contemporary practice.  

Interviewing Vulnerable Suspects offers the international policing audience a practical guide to interviewing vulnerable suspects for both uniform police and detectives. It is relevant for statutory bodies involved in investigations of misconduct; legal practitioners and forensic psychologists; practitioners in counselling, social work, and psychology; and students in policing, criminology, and forensic psychology programs. 

Table of Contents

List of contributors

Acknowledgements

Introduction

Part I

Chapter 1 - Vulnerability: The Bigger Picture

Jane Tudor-Owen and Celine van Golde

Chapter 2 - Rapport and planning

Jane Tudor-Owen and Celine van Golde

Chapter 3 - Interviewing with a Third Party

Jane Tudor-Owen and Celine van Golde

Chapter 4 - Training Interviewers

Ray Bull and Becky Milne

Chapter 5 - Interview Supervision and Management

Ray Bull and Becky Milne

Part II

Chapter 6 - Interviewing Intoxicated Suspects

Celine van Golde, David Gee, and Jane Tudor-Owen

Chapter 7 - Interviewing Older Adult Suspects

Celine van Golde, Jane Tudor-Owen and David Gee

Chapter 8 - Children as Suspects

Celine van Golde, Jane Tudor-Owen and David Gee

Chapter 9 - Interviewing Suspects with Mental Illness

Jane Tudor-Owen, Celine van Golde and David Gee

Chapter 10 - Interviewing Suspects with Intellectual and Learning Impairments

Celine van Golde, Jane Tudor-Owen and David Gee

Chapter 11 - Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CaLD) and First Nations Suspects

Celine van Golde, Jane Tudor-Owen and David Gee

Chapter 12 - Interviewing in the Context of Gender and Sexual Diversity

Jane Tudor-Owen, Celine van Golde and David Gee

Chapter 13 - Interviewing Suspects with a Hearing Impairment

Celine van Golde, Jane Tudor-Owen, and David Gee

Conclusion

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Biography

Jane Tudor-Owen is an Honorary Lecturer in the Discipline of Psychology and Criminology at Edith Cowan University in Perth, Western Australia, and a practising lawyer. As an academic, her primary area of research is investigative interviewing.

Celine van Golde is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Sydney in New South Wales, Australia. Her primary research focus is on the reliability of memory in children and adults, specifically how interviewing techniques, such as those used by police, lawyers, and judges, can affect memory accuracy.

Ray Bull is (part time) Professor of Criminal Investigation at Derby University, UK. His main topic of expertise is investigative interviewing and he has been invited to give presentations on this in dozens of countries. He has written expert reports in around 200 cases and testified in over 20.

David Gee (MBE) is a former Head of CID in the Derbyshire Police and has held numerous national lead roles, most notably on the investigation and prosecution of sex offences, homicide review, and as advisor to the Home Office and ACPO (now NPCC) on the investigation of rape.