The second edition of Fraud-Related Interviewing has been expanded to synergize the cognitive approach with the subsequent application. Through the utilization of fraud-related interview transcripts, techniques are paired directly with the "what, how and why" of the interviewer's communicative applications. These parings are followed immediately with the opportunity to address the material in a participatory manner.
The structure of the text accommodates individual, academic and in-service training applications. The text explores the fraud-related interview from planning to questioning for quality information, gaining-compliance and post-admission undertakings, allowing for the reader to delve as deeply into the subject as they wish. The text includes collective inputs and lessons learned from professionals who have performed fraud investigative interviews. The text includes practical exercises and author's notes, and is accompanied by a teacher's manual with access to related interviews.
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