A new volume edited by Gavin E. Oxburgh, Trond Myklebust, CERL Advisory Council member Mark Fallon, and Maria Hartwig addresses how the science of interviewing has changed and grown since World War II. The book, entitled Interviewing and Interrogation: A Review of Research and Practice Since World War II, includes 24 chapters authored by over 50 experts in academia and law enforcement.
Mark Fallon is the co-founder and director of Project Aletheia at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and director of ClubFed, LLC. Fallon is also a member of the CERL Advisory Council. Read his bio here.
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