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Interrogation training for Canada

Wicklander-Zulawski : 11 September, 2008  (Company News)
Non-confrontational interviewing and interrogation techniques training courses to continue being provided in the Canadian market
Wicklander-Zulawski continues to expand its non-confrontational interview and interrogation training throughout Canada to meet the evolving policies on interrogation.

Lower circuit courts in Canada have recently ruled that accusatory interrogation techniques are unacceptable, despite an earlier Supreme Court determination of admissibility. This inadmissibility of accusatory techniques is a predominant issue in other countries as well. However, WZ's courses focus on the non-confrontational approach to interrogation, which is admissible in court.

Martin Graham, former president of the Canadian Association of Police Polygraphists Association, recently attended a 2-day Non-Confrontational Interview & Interrogation course with over 60 global attendees of the Canadian Association of Police Polygraphists team and said, "The Association, which includes the top police officers in the field of interviewing from North America, received invaluable training from WZ which will be a real asset in obtaining lawful, admissible admissions from persons responsible for committing crimes. The training is highly recommended for any police officer; especially those involved on a regular basis in the interviewing/interrogation of suspects or accused parties."
WZ's non-confrontational approach to interview and interrogation continues to prove successful for Canadian police and law enforcement professionals.

'In our occupation as polygraph examiners, it's all about getting to the truth and obtaining confessions from the guilty is often very challenging. The techniques provided will no doubt enhance our abilities in this area,' said Sgt. Bob Bannatyne, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Winnipeg Polygraph Section.

WZ's continued development of new courses addresses the growing needs of its global customers, including Tactical Interview and Interrogation, DOA Death Investigations and Interviewing for Child Abuse Cases, to address the demands of Canadian law enforcement organizations and the changing landscape of law enforcement.

"Our ongoing work with Canadian law enforcement, utilizing the non-confrontational interview and interrogation approach, helps to secure more admissions has led to a measurable increase in the number of confessions and subsequent convictions," said Shane Sturman CFI, president of Wicklander-Zulawski.
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