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The words 'scientific method' may bring back haunting memories of chemistry and biology class, but the tried and true tactic can be incredibly useful when conducting LP interviews. Here, David Thompson and Shane G. Sturman from Wicklander-Zulawski & Associates explain just how to implement the method during interrogations.
At Wicklander-Zulawski and Associates (WZ), they are working to lean into the resources afforded to them by advances in technology and using them as the catalyst for continued innovation.
The best know there is always more to learn. That is the ultimate objective of Elite Training Days, an event hosted by the International Association of Interviewers (IAI).
In addition to advanced resources and tangible solutions, there is a foundational and often overlooked tool in the battle against ORC—the power of communication.
Wicklander-Zulawski and Associates has announced a focused strategy on its commitment to providing evidence-based curriculum at a high quality of professional standards to investigators across the globe.
Obtaining a confession may be one of the possible successful conclusions of an interview, it goes far beyond hearing somebody say, “I did it.”
In today’s tumultuous retail environment, it’s happening all the time. It could be downsizing, a corporate buyout, store closing, or even an entire company going out of business. The days of forty years with one company and a gold watch are gone. At some point, most professionals in retail will be looking for a new job. You need to be ready.
New precedent has been set in a case over a retail chain’s handling of workplace investigations. The recent decision by the National Labor Relations Board makes it presumptively lawful for employers to mandate confidentiality during workplace investigations.
Sometimes old habits die hard. In fact, on many occasions, they refuse to die on their own, so they must be dealt with from...
Because unconscious bias is present in society, investigators must observe the importance of their word choices as a critical factor in the establishment of their objectivity in criminal investigations. Mike Bowers, CFI examines the potential impact of two sets of keywords as perceived by a jury.