The first video viewed was the interview of Mary Stanton; she was being questioned with relation to the sexual fondling of Brad Johnson. Mary was interviewed for approximately 15-20 minutes and maintained a calm demeanour throughout the entire duration. Mary’s body language remained very open and comfortable, indicating she was not trying to hide anything from the investigators. When Mary was questioned with regards to how she touched Brad, her verbal answer was congruent with her non-verbal actions. For example, when asked how she touched Brad’s penis she would always use a “poking” motion to indicate she merely tucked it between his legs while using the bathroom. When Mary was asked if she touched Brad sexually she recoiled and showed significant signs of disgust. In consideration of her four year old brother she is able to relate, ergo, could not imagine being responsible for scarring a child. Mary had no trouble maintaining calm eye contacted throughout the interview. When asked about punishment for sexual abuse on children Mary, without hesitation, determined the accused should be punished to the fu...
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...lty. Jim seemed very uncomfortable throughout the interview, his body language suggested deception, and he did not answer yes or no to certain direct questions about Terry. Jim also portrayed “duping delight” [How to spot a liar interview, n.d.], at certain points of the interview. We believe Mary on the other hand is innocent because of her calm demeanour and willingness to answer questions in full detail. Both her body language and her answers suggest innocence. Throughout the interview Mary was attempting to be as helpful as possible. Interviewing is a crucial aspect of crime solving and as one can see the differentiation between deception and truth is very important when working as a public safety officer. Being equipped with the necessary skills to conduct successful interviews ensures protection for the public, victims, and victims’ families.
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