Compare and contrast the purposes of an interview and an interrogation
Directions: Respond to the following prompts. Each answer must be a minimum of one half of one page in length and utilize APA guidelines for formatting and citations.
1. Compare and contrast the purposes of an interview and an interrogation.
2. Discuss the exceptions to the Miranda Rule.
3. Describe the differences between an admission and a confession.
4. Discuss the meaning of a pretextual traffic stop as it relates to profiling and any court decisions relating to this procedure.
5. How would you develop a suspect by using modus operandi information?
6. Compare and contrast profiling, racial profiling and bias-based policing.
7. Communication is vitally important to the investigator. Discuss several ways to improve your communication skills when conducting an interview or an interrogation.
8. Investigators may find on occasion that an individual may be reluctant to be interviewed. Name the emotional barriers that often times must be overcome in order to have a successful interview.
9. Define field identification, also known as show-up identification, and explain how critical the time element is to this process.
10. One method of suspect identification is psychological or criminal profiling. Describe this process and the crimes in which it is it is most commonly utilized.