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Behavior, Truth and Deception Applying Profiling and Analysis to the Interview Process, Revised Edition

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Lingua: Inglese

CRC Press

Pubblicazione: 12/2017
Edizione: Edizione nuova, 2° edizione

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Focusing on practical approaches for the experienced investigator, Michael R. Napier, a 27-year veteran of the FBI, presents Behavior, Truth, and Deception: Applying Profiling and Analysis to the Interview Process, 2nd Edition. This hands-on volume, drawn from years of experience interviewing suspects, reveals the targeted subject interviewing process (TSI). This technique combines all known tactics learned from criminal personality profiling and investigative analysis into an effective strategy for interviewing a suspect. The book describes the skill sets and essential elements that directly contribute to a successful interrogation and outlines an interview plan using these analytical and profiling concepts. Topics discussed include: Origins of offender motivation An analytical methodology for criminal investigative analysis Indirect personality assessment before the suspect interview Interview and interrogation techniques, including verbal strategies and nonverbal communications Interviews in rape cases Analysis of 911 calls made by a potential suspect Homicidal behavior Child molesters and stalkers Cultural considerations Tips for making interviews withstand legal challenges A blend of insight from seasoned law enforcement professionals and behavioral experts, this fascinating volume helps investigators get under the skin of the suspect, expose deception, and bring out the truth. Employing crime scene scenarios to demonstrate concepts, the book includes a victim questionnaire capturing offender behavior, form templates, and a glossary, making this a one-stop reference for law enforcement professionals charged with solving crimes and bringing offenders to justice.


Foreword Author Contributors Introduction Section I BRICK BY BRICK Chapter One: Analysis: Taking the Blinders Off Michael R. Napier Chapter Two: Psychology of the Police Interview: The Criminal Use of Fantasy Michael R. Napier Chapter Three: Indirect Personality Assessment Richard L. Ault, Jr. Section II CLOSING IN ON A CONFESSION: INTRODUCTION TO THE MAP FOR INTERVIEWING Chapter Four: Essential Concepts for Success Michael R. Napier Chapter Five: Implementing Winning Techniques Michael R. Napier Chapter Six: The Spin Begins Here: Magic Words and ThemesMichael R. Napier Chapter Seven: All the World’s a Stage: Play Your Role with Class Michael R. Napier Chapter Eight: Use, Misuse and Abuse of Non-Verbal Gestures Michael R. Napier Chapter Nine: Manipulation by False Claims Michael R. Napier Chapter Ten: Interview of the Rape Victim and Rapist Types Michael R. Napier Chapter Eleven: Using Statement Analysis in Rape Investigations Peter Smerick Chapter Twelve: Is the Caller the Killer?: Analyzing 911 Homicide Calls Susan Adams,Tracy Harpster, Chapter Thirteen: Approaching the Crime Scene with an Eye Toward Interview Strategy Jon D.Cromer, JoAnne Brewster Section III INTRODUCTION TO TARGETED SUBJECT INTERVIEWING Chapter Fourteen: Analyzing Homicides:Preparing forSuspect Interviews Michael R. Napier Chapter Fifteen: Targeted Subject Interview: Child Molesters and Pedophiles Michael R. Napier Chapter Sixteen: Interpersonal Stalking: Characteristics of Predators and PreyMichael R. Napier Chapter Seventeen: Targeted Suspect Interview:Interviewing the RapistMichael R. Napier Chapter Eighteen: Considerations for Interviewing Arabs and People of the Islamic FaithJohn R. Cencich, Josephine DeCarlo Chapter Nineteen: ¿Qué pasó? Interviewing Members of the Hispanic Community Andrea Vargas Cencich Chapter Twenty: Using Interpreters and Translators in the Interviewing and Interrogation Process John R. Cencich Chapter Twenty-One: Legal Perspectives on Interviewing John Hall Appendix A: Glossary Robert R. Hazelwood Appendix B: The Significance of Victimology Michael R. Napier, Robert R. Hazelwood Appendix C: Chapter 1--Selected Excerpts Referencing Case Analysis Taking the Blinders Off Michael R. Napier Appendix D: Chapter 2--Selected Excerpts Referencing Mental Health and Psychopathy Michael R. Napier Appendix E: Chapter 8--Excerpts from Chapter 8: Use, Misuse, and Abuse of Non-Verbal Communication Michael R. Napier Appendix F: The Behavior-Oriented Interview of Rape Victims: The Key to Profiling Robert R. Hazelwood Appendix G: Sexual Assault Victim’s Questionnaire Robert R. Hazelwood Appendix H: Chapter 5--Explanation of Structuring of an Interview Form Michael R. Napier Appendix I: Interview and Interrogation Strategy Checklist Michael R. Napier Appendix J: Themes, Openings, and Arguments Michael R. Napier Appendix K: Protecting Stalking Victims Michael R. Napier, R. Stephen Mardigian Index


Michael R. Napier is a former FBI (27 years) Supervisory Special Agent, field office program manager and violent crime assessor in the National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime, where he investigated complex bribery, price-fixing, organized crime, violent crime, labor racketeering, Medicare and medical fraud, and white collar crime cases. He also supervised undercover operations. He is an FBI-qualified Polygraph Examiner and has extensively studied interview and interrogation strategies and tactics and the methodology to deny successful challenges to confessions. He specializes in applying behavioral analysis to violent crimes to assess the potential for preventing violence or deterring specific criminals in individual settings. Those techniques include determining foresee-ability of an individual committing a violent act. He is a nationally-recognized presenter on various topics concerning violent crime assessment, violent offender motivation, interview and interrogation strategies and crisis management subjects. Mr. Napier holds Adjunct Faculty positions at the University of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University and Wichita State University.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 10 x 7 in Ø 2.00 lb
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:15 tables and 4 color line drawings
Pagine Arabe: 408
Pagine Romane: xxiv

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