Introducing Evidence in Forensic Interviews

Course Description

This day-long training contains considerations for how multidisciplinary teams can evaluate when and how evidentiary material could or should be introduced into a forensic interview. Topics covered include historical perspectives, types of evidence, a framework for team discussion and practical guidance on the use of external evidence in the forensic interview. Also available as a 90-minute training.

Learning Objectives

1. Assist multidisciplinary teams in making thoughtful and informed decisions around introducing evidence in forensic interviews.

2. Promote an understanding of the scope and purpose of introducing evidence in forensic interviews.

3. Provide sample language and guidance for the use of evidence in forensic interview practice.

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