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Analysis of the Investigative Interview and Interrogation in Serbian Praxis

Zvonimir Ivanovic, from the Academy of criminalistic and police studies, made a contribution to the 2012 Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, in the category “Crime and Society,” under the title “Analysis of the Investigative Interview and Interrogation in Serbian Praxis”. Here is the abstract: The study is the result of surveys given to students of second and third year on the Academy of criminalistic and police studies for deployment in the field of criminal investigation – to the practitioners. The survey was conducted by 50 students in the practice throughout the police districts in Serbia. Survey consists of several sets of questions grouped into several batteries, in the manner that each student had deployed at least 20 questions. Students are taught that the respondents must be informed about the methodology and content of the survey. The purpose of the survey includes a meaningful analysis of the current situation in practice, through the initial screening of the answers, performed by the students and a following screening by the teacher. The analysis is carried out by statistical analysis, and multidimensional processing of answers. Areas that were included in the survey were: Tactics of suspects, the conditions for the implementation of collection of data in practical circumstances etc. The study results are aimed for the students and practitioners in law enforcement agencies, with clear and constructive feedback from the scientific analysis.

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  • “Analysis of the Investigative Interview and Interrogation in Serbian Praxis”, by Zvonimir Ivanovic (Proceedings)

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