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Title: 'Unreal Interviewing: Virtual Forensic Interviewing


1
'Unreal Interviewing Virtual Forensic
Interviewing
  • Martine Powell
  • Carolyn Hughes-Scholes Sarah Agnew
  • Jennifer Ford Stephen Seagrave
  • Peter Lane David OBrien

2
Q. What is a forensic interview?
  • An interview where the purpose is to elicit
    accurate, detailed and reliable information from
    an interviewee about an event or situation.

3
Q. Skills required of forensic inters?
  • Establish rapport with child
  • Provide clear groundrules
  • Adopt an open-minded approach
  • Adhere to certain procedural and/or legislative
    requirements
  • Use open-ended questions

4
Q. Why the need for on-line training in forensic
interviewing of children?
  • A. Training currently isnt working.

5
Q. What specific skills need to be mastered to
maintain open-ended questions?
  • Define OQs and establish why impt
  • Recognise various types of OQs
  • Choose the most effective OQ at various stages of
    an interview
  • Vocalise the right questions
  • Sustain regular (effective) practice
  • Engage in critical evaluation (objective)
  • Recognise and overcome organisational barriers to
    change

6
Q. Activities in on-line course
  • Readings
  • Film
  • Rote learning tasks
  • Mock interviews with adult playing role of child
  • Computer simulated interviewing
  • Quizzes
  • Audio files/transcripts
  • Workshop

7
Q. Major challenges to training?
  • Pre-training baselines are poor (cultural,
    job-related)
  • Knowledge does not equate good practice
  • Transfer of training is poor unless mock
    interview exercises provide the stimuli that
    would normally provoke an inappropriate
    (specific) question
  • Little incentive (within organisations) for
    practising skills
  • Financial constraints, high workloads and staff
    turnover
  • Trainees are resistant to believing in the
    benefits of persisting with open-ended questions.

8
Q. Major challenges to training?
  • Legislative constraints on access to field
    interviews for evaluation purposes
  • Lack of empirical research to guide the
    development of training programs

9
Q. Whats the precise contribution of the
simulated (virtual) interview over and above
equivalent pencil and paper task?
  • Dont know.

10
Depends on..
  • The precise contribution of (a) Beliefs (b)
    Knowledge (c) Habit (doing)
  • The degree to which we have captured the critical
    elements of the interview environment
  • Whether concepts are better encoded/stored/retriev
    ed in virtual environment?
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