Practice Guidance

Child investigative interviewing

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Introduction

Contents Pre-substantive phase Transitional phase Substantive phase Supportive comments Asking about time and number Multiple interviews Interview room Note taking Ensuring interview quality through peer review Body diagrams Discussion questions Online resources References Children’s disclosures of and testimony about abuse are extremely important because child victims are often the only eyewitnesses to sexual abuse and […]

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