The United Nations held a validation ceremony on Nov. 1 for the UN Manual on Investigative Interviewing for Criminal Investigation, which offers guidance on how to conduct non-coercive interviews globally and particularly in conflict or post-conflict settings. CERL Advisory Council member Mark Fallon presented at the ceremony alongside other distinguished speakers, including Prof. Juan E. Méndez.
Watch Fallon’s remarks here.
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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