Interrogation Tactics and Effectiveness

Although a great deal of information is known about law enforcement interrogations, little data exists about interrogations conducted by the military or by counterterrorism agents and no meaningful research has occurred for more than thirty years.  To date, there is no published survey of military interrogators or counterterrorism agents nor has there been published research on the dynamics of an interrogation in this setting since the 1970s.2 Photo: 2010 Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. US detainees.  http://frontpagemag.com/2010/12/29/guantanamo-bay-lives-on/Based in Part on the Law Enforcement ModelSocial scientists have, however, studied law enforcement techniques for a number of years and a large body of literature exists on this subject.[i] The law enforcement literature has dispelled many myths about police interrogation techniques and has helped to highlight more reliable and efficacious practices. And while the goal of counterterrorism interrogations differ from those…

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