REQUIREMENT. The following questions are multiple choice. There are four choices
You are to select the one that is correct.
Indicate your choice by
CIRCLING the letter beside the correct choice directly on the page.
This is a
self-graded lesson exercise.
Do not look up the correct answer from the lesson
solution sheet until you have finished.
To do so will endanger your ability to
learn this material. Also, your final examination score will tend to be lower than
if you had not followed this recommendation.
What type of individual would require interrogation?
One who is willing to tell you what he knows.
One who is the complainant of the crime you are investigating.
The victim of the crime you are investigating.
A witness who is withholding information pertaining to the crime.
What interrogation approach would you use for a juvenile suspect whose guilt
is reasonably certain?
What should you do if during the course of an interrogation it becomes
apparent that you should change from a logic and reasoning technique to a
Make an obvious changeover so that the suspect will know that you are
in sympathy with him.
Stop the interrogation and leave the interrogation room for a period of
Stop the interrogation and allow
sympathetic attitude to continue.
Subtly change techniques during the interrogation so that it is not
detected by the suspect.