Home Ministry training
Andhra Pradesh ~ India ~ International ~ City ~ Entertainment ~ Business ~ Sports ~ Technology ~ Health ~ Features
2010 Commonwealth Games ~ 2010 Nobel Prizes ~ Sachin Tendulkar ~ Rajasthan Royals ~ Kings XI Punjab ~ Sushil Kumar ~ Deepika Kumari ~ Somdev Devvarman ~ HR Bhardwaj
Home / India News / 2010 / October 2010 / October 1, 2010
FBI, Home Ministry end training exchange
RSS / Print / Comments

Federal Bureau of Investigation

FBI, Home Ministry end training exchange

Shahzad contacted Pak Taliban to report failed Times Square bombing attempt

Shahzad contacted Pak Taliban to report failed Times Square bombing attempt

More on Federal Bureau of Investigation

Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)

CBI files charge sheet against bank manager, others for Rs.4.78 crore fraud

CBI arrests former State Bank official accused of misappropriation

More on Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)

Top News

144 Section in Hyderabad ahead of Ayodhya verdict

18 killed, several injured as bus falls into river in Bulandshahr

Pak's flawed Afghan policy of support to terror groups will bite back hard: Editorial

Ajay Devgan prays for success of his film in Ajmer

Pranab Mukherjee seeks more financial sector reforms

Australia asks CWG organizers for better treatment at closing ceremony

Study to find whether leptin helps type 1 diabetic patients

New study confirms smoking, cancer link (reissue)

FBI, Home Ministry end training exchange

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), in partnership with the Ministry of Home Affairs, concluded on October 1 a five-day law enforcement exchange focusing on interview and interrogation techniques.


New Delhi, Oct.1 : The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), in partnership with the Ministry of Home Affairs, concluded on October 1 a five-day law enforcement exchange focusing on interview and interrogation techniques.

FBI subject matter experts were brought to India to discuss best practices on this topic, and shared their expertise with exchange participants.

Forty-one senior officers from the Ministry of Home Affairs, Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPRD), National Investigative Agency (NIA), and Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), and officers from state agencies across India participated in the exchange.

The FBI has found that persuading witnesses to provide reliable information and getting defendants to voluntarily admit their participation in a crime requires a variety of skills, and the techniques and methodology discussed in the exchange involved a rapport-based approach.

Skills developed include active listening, cognitive interview techniques, detection of deception, elements of a lawful interrogation and identification of false confessions.

This exchange is an example of the growing US-India partnership on matters involving transnational crime and criminal investigations.

ANI

Link to this page

Suggested pages for your additional reading
AndhraNews.net on Facebook






© 2000-2017 AndhraNews.net. All Rights Reserved and are of their respective owners.
Disclaimer, Terms of Service & Privacy Policy | Contact Us