Suspects are classified into categories to:
aid the investigator in selecting an interrogation approach.
assist the investigator in deciding which type of person he will
interrogate, e.g., false accuser, lying suspect, or reluctant witness.
assist the investigator in determining the guilt or innocence of the
aid the investigator in determining which suspects should be interviewed
5. When questioning a first offender, the approach used should stress all of the
repeatedly urging him to
tell the truth.
continually pointing out
the evidence against him.
treating the suspect as
a normal human being who has committed an act
against his nature.
the moral implication of
You should base you interrogation methods on the:
II. evidence available.
III. classification of the subject.
IV. crime committed.
II, IV, and V.
II, III, and V.
III, IV, and V.
II, III, and IV.
7. During an interrogation, the suspect admits to certain elements of the crime
but not to the crime itself. These admissions should be:
verified by investigators and added to the already collected evidence of
used to verify facts already obtained by investigation.
used as a wedge in order to obtain further admissions or a confession.
ignored, and the interrogator should continue with the original