You are interviewing the complainant of a larceny of government property.
What should you do if you believe the complainant is actually the suspect to the
Stop all questioning, and advise the complainant of his rights.
Change from interviewing the complainant to interrogating him.
Phrase your questions so that the complainant will incriminate himself.
Switch to a more direct type interview approach where you can ask
probing questions to determine the complainant's involvement in the
Reference the Fifth and Sixth Amendments of the United States Constitution
and Article 31 of the UCMJ, what is your most important consideration after reading
the suspect the proper warning of his rights?
The suspect signs a waiver of his rights.
There is a witness present from this point on.
The suspect understands his rights.
A lawyer must be present from this point on.
Where is the source normally interviewed?
In the special agent's office.
The interview and interrogation room.
Any place the source chooses.
The place chosen by the source, if suitable.
What is the best way to conduct an interview?
Flatter the person and build up the value of the information he has.
Have the person tell the story in his own way.
Outline the case to the person, and ask him which points are correct.
Question the person step-by-step until you learn what he knows about