Reid Technique of Interrogation Themes Research Paper

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Confessions are one of the techniques used by managers and law enforcement officials to create wrongdoings in law enforcement and in corporations.

These confessions also serve as the basis for the prosecution of suspects and accused persons and for their apprehension.

The Criminal Law Revision Committee defines confession as,

“Any statement wholly or partially adverse to the person who made it, whether made to a person in authority or not and whether made in words or otherwise” (as cited by Keane, p. 363).

In other words, confessions are not beneficial to the confessor and can wholly or partially incriminate him and/or his relatives or associates involved in his misconduct. This paper will cover the topic: how to get a person to admit wrongdoing (mostly in the business or law enforcement sector), whether in a personal or professional situation.  This research would cover methods involving psychological strategies, including out-of-box approaches for the acquisition of such confessions.  This study will not talk about uncovering the hypocrisy of an individual, but about how to get an individual to confess his acts once his guilt has been identified.  It will explore realistic and rational methods that can be used in real-life scenarios. In order to create a clear and reasonable understanding of the subject matter, including its required elements, this paper is being carried out.

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