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Non-confrontational interview brings murder conviction.

Wicklander-Zulawski : 06 March, 2008  (Application Story)
An unsolved murder from 20 years ago has been brought to a conclusion with the successful conviction of the culprit after using non confrontational interrogation techniques.
Wicklander-Zulawski, a world leader in interview and interrogation training services for federal government agencies, law enforcement organisations and corporations, has announced a poignant case study illustrating the success of its non-confrontational interrogation methods.

In Eastpointe, Michigan, a convicted child molester was set to be released from prison after having served two terms for sexual assault. Yet, the disappearance 20 years ago of a local 13-year-old girl was still an open, unsolved case.

Wicklander-Zulawski's Certified Forensic Interviewers (CFI) were brought in by local law enforcement to visit the prisoner. During this interview, the prisoner made incriminating admissions linking him to the girl's disappearance.

As a result of the Wicklander-Zulawski interviews and additional investigation, the man has now been charged with first-degree and second-degree murder and is still in custody. First degree murder carries a mandatory life sentence without the possibility of parole.

This is just one example that illustrates the effectiveness of non-confrontational interrogation - more successful than many traditional interrogation methods.

"It's human nature to deny and defend - confrontation is often not an effective way of getting information," says company Co-Chairman David Zulawski, CFI. "It makes more sense to develop a rapport, build a relationship, so the interviewer and interviewee are simply having a conversation."

Zulawski goes on to say: "We've been involved in countless cases where more traditional methods of interrogation were used, unsuccessfully, after which we were able to come in and get results using our trained staff and non-confrontational methodology."

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