Interview Critique Write-up

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Unformatted text preview: Cr itique Wr ite-up of I nter view and I nt er rogation M c G r e w | 2 Interview Critique Write-up After careful review of the interview conducted with the suspect of the Pet Plush Daycare, I have discovered a few things that could have been done differently. During the introduction of the investigation, the interviewer did not try to establish very good rapport with the suspect. The interviewer should have seen from the suspects behavior that the suspect was not of the friendly sort. The first thing the interviewer should have was to make the suspect, Mr. Danny Jones, feel comfortable and more open. Mr. Jones seemed very impatient and restless. I feel that Mr. Jones felt like he was in the spotlight. If the interviewer could have made Mr. Jones feel more comfortable then Mr. Jones may have been more open. The interviewer could have asked Mr. Jones about his wife, kids, and possibly shared a short story about children. Second, the interviewer could have asked Mr. Jones what his job duties were at the Plush Pet Daycare instead of telling Mr. Jones. By doing so, the suspect participates and may reveal in his own words what it is exactly that he does. Once Mr. Jones described his job duties, the interviewer could have then expanded on the issue. I feel that maybe the suspect will not feel as threatened this way. They will not feel as though the investigation is focused on them as a prime suspect, they would feel as though the investigator is simply just trying to obtain some information. For example, the interviewer could have simply asked Mr. Jones how many people are employed at a certain location. Once Mr. Jones gave his answer, the interviewer could have then asked if the same numbers of employees are employed at every location. After Mr. Jones response to that question, the interviewer could have asked Mr. Jones how many were required at M c G r e w | 3 each location. I feel by asking the questions in this order the suspect will not feel threatened to lie and will be locked into a story. In addition, the interviewer could have asked the suspect to recall his last hire and the procedures he used when he hired the last employee. By asking the procedures the suspect used the interviewer could establish the details of a new hire. From there the interviewer can ask questions about the verification of the employees addresses. questions about the verification of the employees addresses....
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2011 for the course ACCT. 341 taught by Professor Prof.hewitt during the Spring '10 term at Franklin.

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