CERL Advisory Council member Mark Fallon joined national law enforcement interrogation experts, civil rights and civil liberties advocates, legislators, and survivors of police deceptive interrogation at the Connecticut State Capitol to call for passage of S.B. 1071. The bill would limit the use of evidence obtained through deceptive or coercive tactics during interrogations of persons under the age of 18.
Mark Fallon spent over three decades as a national security professional, principally as a special agent with NCIS. He has conducted interrogations in the United States and internationally and chaired the three-agency Research Committee of the High Value Detainee Interrogation Group. Fallon was a member of the 15-person international steering committee of experts overseeing the development of the Méndez Principles on Effective Interviewing for Investigations and Information Gathering. He is also the director of ClubFed, LLC. Read his bio here.