Recording interviews is particularly essential when the person being interrogated is a juvenile. A recording can provide officers with invaluable protections against frivolous allegations of abuse. And most electronic recording systems pay for themselves by greatly reducing the need for and duration of costly pre-trial hearings about what happened inside the interrogation room.
Read more of Reducing Risks: An Executive’s Guide to Effective Juvenile Interview and Interrogation published by the IACP.
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