Criminal Law Tactics and Interrogation Techniques

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What is the term for a situation in which the investigator conceals their true identity and adopts an assumed role to obtain information or evidence?

Which individual is credited as the Father of La Surete, the French National Detective Organization?

What technique refers to the measurement of the human individual and has been used for identification purposes in understanding human physical variation?

Which case established the Doctrine of the Poisonous Tree, ruling that illegally obtained evidence is inadmissible in state criminal prosecutions?

Who conducts a preventive response to keep something undesirable, such as illness, harm, or accidents, from occurring?

What does the term 'CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION' mean?

What is the main duty of a Criminal Investigator?

What does the Latin word 'INVESTIGARE' mean?

What is VESTIGIUM according to its Latin meaning?

What are the five functions of Criminal Investigators according to the text?

What is the purpose of a police lineup?

What is the role of circumstantial evidence in producing a conviction?

What does the modus operandi file enable investigators to do?

What is the role of an informant in tracing and locating criminals?

Why must the lineup members not talk while in the lineup room?

What type of assignment requires the investigator to establish residence in the dwelling of the subject?

What was introduced by Thomas Byrnes in criminal investigation?

Which sense accounts for approximately 85% of the power of senses?

What is the primary advantage of using sound recording for reproducing an interview?

What is the function of a two-way mirror in the interrogation room?

In criminal investigations, what is the 'futility technique' used for?

What is the 'rapid fire technique' based on in criminal interrogations?

What is the purpose of the 'pride and ego technique' in criminal interrogations?

What is the 'silent technique' employed for in criminal interrogations?

What is the purpose of 'elicitation' in criminal interrogations?

What is the purpose of a smooth or finish sketch?

What type of sketch is used to show the location of evidence and its relationship to the overall scene, buildings, and major vegetation?

What does a rough sketch at a crime scene normally indicate?

What is the purpose of a neighborhood sketch?

What type of sketch uses the combination of floor plan and elevation views to show points of interest on the walls, ceiling, and floor?

What is the primary role of a Criminal Investigator?

What does the Latin word 'INVESTIGARE' mean?

What is the purpose of a neighborhood sketch in criminal investigation?

What is VESTIGIUM according to its Latin meaning?

What does the term 'CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION' mean?

What is the purpose of a police lineup?

What type of evidence may be used to identify a criminal by means of clues or characteristic patterns at the crime scene?

Which circumstance may be sufficient to produce a conviction based on circumstantial evidence?

What is the primary function of a police lineup?

What does the modus operandi file enable investigators to recognize and predict?

What is the purpose of the 'silent technique' in criminal interrogations?

What is the main function of the 'futility technique' in criminal interrogations?

What does the 'Rapid fire technique' in criminal interrogations involve?

In criminal investigations, what is the purpose of a 'Change of scene' approach?

What is the objective of the 'Pride and ego technique' in criminal interrogations?

What is the purpose of a social assignment in undercover investigation?

What is the primary duty of an investigator in a personal contact assignment?

What type of interview involves simple questioning of a person who is cooperating with the investigator?

What is the purpose of a two-way mirror in the interrogation room?

Which technique involves combining the character of an actor and a practical psychologist in criminal interrogations?

What is the purpose of preparing crime scene rough sketches?

What does a smooth or finish sketch at a crime scene indicate?

What type of sketch uses the combination of floor plan and elevation views to show points of interest on the walls, ceiling, and floor?

What is the primary advantage of using computer-aided software for crime scene sketching?

What is the purpose of using sketches as companions to photographs at a crime scene?

Who is credited as the Father of the French National Detective Organization?

What is the primary tool in criminal investigation, described as the most powerful weapon of investigators?

What is the historical background of London's most effective criminal investigator who pioneered the logic of employing a thief to catch a thief?

Which individual popularized scientific criminal investigation by creating the fictional detectives SHERLOCK HOLMES and his friend Dr. Watson?

What case established the Doctrine of the Poisonous Tree, ruling that illegally obtained evidence is inadmissible in state criminal prosecutions?

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Explore different tactics and techniques used in criminal law investigations and interrogations, such as the use of line-ups, reverse line-ups, and bluffing to elicit confessions. Understand how certain criminal acts may constitute different kinds of offenses, leading interrogators to focus on minor ones.

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