Join IAI (International Association of Interviewers) on Thursday, November 9 at 10 a.m. CT for an interactive case study on the stages of investigative interviewing reform in the United Kingdom and its application to the US.
Don’t wait, register now!
Tony Paixão, CFE, CFI, will be interviewing James Harris as they discuss the journey of UK’s checkered history with coercive methods, to becoming a present-day benchmark for ethical interviewing practices.
The discussion will cover the challenges that come with implementing systemic change, such as legislative reform and training. The future will be considered, and why models such as PEACE aren’t sufficient on their own.
What you can expect to learn:
- A global perspective on the movement to transition away from coercive, anecdotal interviewing techniques.
- A high-level understanding of what the PEACE model of interviewing involves (and what it doesn’t).
- The challenges that are involved in successfully changing the collective mindset towards redefining “what works” in the investigative interviewing community.
- A roadmap for how to continue to gain momentum in shifting the US interview training guidelines towards evidence-based, ethical techniques.