Improving Training, Interviewing Skills When Investigating Pre-Teens, Adolescents.
Thurau, Lisa H.
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Just as the medical profession has created pediatrics and adolescent medicine to address the unique needs of these age groups, law enforcement agencies need to train and guide law enforcement officials to handle cases with youth with the skills, resources, and information necessary to avoid results leading to severe miscarriages of justice resulting in traumatic impacts.
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