Most Recent Jumbotweetshttp://jumbotweet.com/Most recent Jumbotweets on Jumbotweet.com.en-usSocForInterview 's JumboTweethttp://jumbotweet.com//tweet/-179990http://jumbotweet.com//tweet/-179990SoFI Newsletter July 2017Food Standards ScotlandWe are pleased to announce that we are now working with Food Standards Scotland who have enrolled their Investigations Unit on the SoFI Accreditation Scheme.They are training their investigators and their supervisors in ethical investigative interviewing. This allows them to continually peer review their interview products thus increasing thejumbotweetMon, 10 Jul 2017 07:25:31 -0400SocForInterview 's JumboTweethttp://jumbotweet.com//tweet/-148097http://jumbotweet.com//tweet/-148097The SoFI Investigative Interviewer Accreditation Scheme is not a “one-off” process – it involves a commitment to continue working to agreed standards and a reassessment of theoretical and practical skills at periodic intervals. This serves to ensure that those leading, supervising, managing and directing investigations are equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills in order to support theirjumbotweetTue, 06 Sep 2016 11:51:11 -0400SocForInterview 's JumboTweethttp://jumbotweet.com//tweet/-133599http://jumbotweet.com//tweet/-133599FREE 12 months Membership Offer - The Society of Forensic Interviewers is aiming to dramatically increase membership levels prior to the launch of our Accreditation Scheme. I would therefore like to invite you to join us at SoFI. Please apply through the website, and use the Coupon Code -SOFI1215PROMO1TWTR- in the PayPal checkout to receive a full 100% discount,This offer is open until 18thjumbotweetTue, 24 Nov 2015 04:46:07 -0500SocForInterview 's JumboTweethttp://jumbotweet.com//tweet/-133415http://jumbotweet.com//tweet/-133415FREE 12 months Membership Offer - The Society of Forensic Interviewers is aiming to dramatically increase membership levels prior to the launch of our Accreditation Scheme. I would therefore like to invite you to join us at SoFI. Please apply through the website, and use the Coupon Code -SOFI1215PROMO1TWTR- in the PayPal checkout to receive a full 100% discount,This offer is open until 18thjumbotweetMon, 23 Nov 2015 08:02:02 -0500SocForInterview 's JumboTweethttp://jumbotweet.com//tweet/-102995http://jumbotweet.com//tweet/-102995The Society of Forensic Interviewers are campaigning to promote high standards of ethical interviewing in civilian investigations. This will benefit employers and interviewers by increasing the quality and quantity of the information obtained, and will benefit employees and interviewees through being treated in a fair and ethical manner.We need as many voices as possible to help make this changejumbotweetTue, 31 Mar 2015 09:57:24 -0400SocForInterview 's JumboTweethttp://jumbotweet.com//tweet/-102994http://jumbotweet.com//tweet/-102994The Society of Forensic Interviewers are campaigning to promote high standards of ethical interviewing in civilian investigations. This will benefit employers and interviewers by increasing the quality and quantity of the information obtained, and will benefit employees and interviewees through being treated in a fair and ethical manner.We need as many voices as possible to help make this changejumbotweetTue, 31 Mar 2015 09:57:14 -0400SocForInterview 's JumboTweethttp://jumbotweet.com//tweet/-89101http://jumbotweet.com//tweet/-89101“In the investigative interviewing field, our preconceived notions can also influence our perception and therefore influence the result.”(St-Yves 2005)jumbotweetThu, 26 Mar 2015 05:56:55 -0400SocForInterview 's JumboTweethttp://jumbotweet.com//tweet/-89016http://jumbotweet.com//tweet/-89016"Confirmation bias is a well-documented phenomenon that seems to play a role in practically every domain of human cognition. In short, people tend to seek and interpret information in ways that are partial toward existing beliefs. Conversely, they tend to avoid information that would contradict those beliefs and support alternative possibilities (Koriat, Lichtenstein, & Fischhoff, 1980)"jumbotweetMon, 23 Mar 2015 05:45:22 -0400SocForInterview 's JumboTweethttp://jumbotweet.com//tweet/-88793http://jumbotweet.com//tweet/-88793First, investigators attempting to detect deception on the part of the suspect appear to demonstrate a bias toward perceiving guilt, and research suggests that this investigative bias may lead to a pressure-filled, guilt-presumptive interrogation that places innocent suspects at risk. Second, both field and laboratory studies have demonstrated the use of psychologically manipulative interrogationjumbotweetWed, 18 Mar 2015 06:23:39 -0400