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Claire Wilson, Martine Powell's A guide to interviewing children: Essential skills for PDF

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By Claire Wilson, Martine Powell

ISBN-10: 1741150566

ISBN-13: 9781741150568

ISBN-10: 1864489138

ISBN-13: 9781864489132

Childrens will be witnesses to crimes or injuries, or suspected sufferers of abuse or forget, or they're interested in a few type of felony motion akin to custody instances. In those events, they might have to be interviewed officially, and if this isn't performed competently, unsuitable or insufficient details should be recorded or the kid's place will not be safely represented later in court docket. In circumstances of kid abuse, the kid will not be the single witness, and the standard in their verbal proof is critical.A consultant to Interviewing kids is a realistic consultant the evidential interviewing strategies wanted through a number pros: social employees, forensic psychologists, legal professionals, police and lecturers. It outlines easy thoughts, explains how one can take care of childrens of alternative a long time (from pre-school to 15 years), the way to care for mom and dad, the actual problems with sexual abuse, dealing with a number of interviews of 1 baby etc. it's written for a world readership, and may be simpler and canopy a broader variety of contexts than the opposite titles at the moment to be had.

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This is true even when she has a good rapport with the interviewer and has been encouraged to say ‘I don’t know’ or ‘I don’t understand the question’ (Moston 1987). 3 Some important ground rules of the interview Ground rule Elaboration If I misunderstand something you say, please tell me. I want to understand everything you say. It needs to be stressed to the child that the interviewer does not know what has happened and that if the interviewer says something that is wrong, the child has the right to correct him or her.

How does the child understand the behavior? in advance. However, if you know the main topic of discussion and the purpose of the interview, then it can be helpful to write down some possible lines of enquiry. For example, if a case of sexual abuse is suspected, the following areas might be considered: • • • • First, if it is a criminal offence that is being investigated, then it is a good idea to either create a list of questions relating to the legal points that need to be proved or to at least know what these points are.

Most adults think that they can tell when a child is lying, but the truth is that adults are very poor judges of lies. There is little we can do during an interview that can accurately detect a lie told by a child (Bussey 1992). We tend to think that the guilty look gives a child away. However, often the ‘guilty’ look is not the result of guilt at all but of being nervous. When a child is nervous, often he will not maintain eye contact, and he will speak hesitantly and fidget (that is, appear guilty).

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