Thinking Point; Consistency within Complexity

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Consistency in a critical incident is often lost in the unpredictable actions of others and the infinite number of possible responses by the officer.  

Gathering factual data is the focus; the interview process must be conducted with deep communication skills, i.e., thoughtful open-ended questions, and deep open-minded listening.The interview should be conducted with an understanding of human factors, performance issues, memory, human limitations, and complexity of the evidence.

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Monday, 22 July 2024

The CIR Team has logged thousands of hours of continued and focused education in the field of Human Behavioral Sciences as it relates to law enforcement and has also logged thousands of hours of documented instruction time with multiple law enforcement entities as instructors, lecturers and authors.