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The FIS Newsletter

The FIS Newsletter
The FIS Newsletter
By Paul F. Chambers • Issue #1 • View online
Welcome to our newsletter! Our first issues will introduce (or reintroduce) you to Investigative Interviewing and the P.E.A.C.E framework. We aim to promote this scientifically based, ethical interviewing method. We will always endeavor to provide practical insight to the science behind the investigative interviewing framework as well as current advances in the science supporting it. Be in the know and advance your interviewing skills with up to date information by subscribing to The FIS Newsletter.

Interrogation can be oppressive - Pixabay images
Interrogation can be oppressive - Pixabay images
‘Investigative interviewing is the questioning of an interviewee to obtain complete, accurate and reliable information to discover the truth about the matter under investigation’.
A critical component of any investigation is the ability of investigators to obtain accurate and reliable information from any interviewee. This includes the witnesses, victims or those suspected of committing offenses.
The interview process is an essential part of the information gathering procedure for any investigation.
Click on the link below to access our resources page with multiple downloadable booklets on various interviewing subjects.
PEACE Interviewing with Bruce Pitt-Payne - The Interview Room
Resources | Forensic Interview Solutions
Resources | Forensic Interview Solutions
Training Schedule | Forensic Interview Solutions
Albuquerque Police Department
Albuquerque Police Department
Training Courses
FIS trainers will be heading to Albuquerque in July to train more members of the Albuquerque Police Department. The third deployment to this department will bring the total of PEACE trained officers to more than 50.
For information on online and in person training dates as well as publicly available courses click the link below.
Training Schedule | Forensic Interview Solutions
Podcast
PEACE Interviewing with Bruce Pitt-Payne
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Paul F. Chambers

FIS aim to reduce miscarriages of justice worldwide by promoting the concept of ethical investigative interviews of witnesses and suspects, recognizing that ‘memory is a crime scene’.

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