Chapter 15 Power Point Jay's II (1).pptx - Step 6 Handling the Suspect’s Passive Mood Chapter 15 Principles • As a result of the success you have

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Step 6: Handling the Suspect’s Passive Mood Chapter 15
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Principles As a result of the success you have had to this point, the suspect may have become very reticent and quiet. He is more willing to listen Has an increasing awareness that the deception has not had the desire effect May begin a defeatist attitude-including his non-verbal cues Investigator should continue to concentrate on the central core of the selected theme while preparing for an alternative question (Step 7)
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Procedures Content of Statements: Previously, the investigator merely suggested possible reasons why the suspect committed the offense along with embellished statements to offer psychological escapes Investigator must now begin to concentrate on the core of the central theme and the basic reason implicit in that theme Investigator must continue that theme as long as the suspect remains engaged If the suspect drifts off into a passive mood, the investigator must move to retain his attention
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Procedures Content of Statements: (cont.) As the suspects appears to be giving up, the investigator must focus his statements about the central reason for the crime Joe, I am sure you were just over your head in bills at home, and this money appeared to solve your problems; it seemed to be the only way out, or maybe
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