Enhancing Your Investigative Skills: Interviewing Alleged Perpetrators

Source: San Diego State University School of Social Work

Published: 2019

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Course Description

Interviewing alleged perpetrators is a key part of conducting an APS investigation. This interactive and challenging training course is designed to enhance the APS professional’s ability to effectively interview alleged perpetrators. Full of experiential learning, it will include reminders about basic aspects of alleged perpetrator interviews as well as more advanced topics such as exploring defenses, cultural considerations when interviewing alleged perpetrators, addressing volatility, and creating an environment for disclosure and problem solving.

Course Materials
Executive Summary
Trainer Manual
Participant Manual
PowerPoint

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Link: Enhancing Your Investigative Skills: Interviewing Alleged Perpetrators

Topics: Multidisciplinary, Prevention, Screening/Assessment

Access: Download, Web-based

Intended Use: Self-directed Learning, Teaching Others

Audience: Advocates, Caregivers, Community, Health Care, Multidisciplinary, Social Services

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