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    Taking Flight – September 2017

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    Message From the Dean Alumni Spotlight – Michael Andrew (Andy) Johnson Georgia Southern College of Business Launches Mobile App Former Georgia Southern Kicker Blazes Path from South Korea to NFL College of Business Student Athlete Named ITA Scholar-Athlete Fraud Examination Certificate Now Offered Georgia Southern SHRM Hosts Amazon Recruiter Georgia Southern BAP Chapter Receives Superior Status GS Golf Business-Student Athletes Receive Honors Student Ambassador Receives Scholarship from Honor Societ

    Taking Flight – May 2018

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    Message From the Dean Alumni Spotlight -- Jesse Nkemka A New Era for the College of Business Mooney Named New Graduate Programs Director New Director of Student Engagement Business Abroad Devember 2018 Announced Hospitality Students Experience NOLA Students Participate in Georgia Logistics Summit Savannah Traffic Club Awards Scholarships Sales Program Receives Recognition IS Through the Ages Business Alum Inducted into Boys & Girls Club Alumni Hall of Fame Eagles on Wall Street BIG Cafe Cote: Set Content Guidelines for Business Facebook Pag

    The Ineffectiveness of the Reid Technique in Law Enforcement Interrogations and How a Non-Accusatory Model of Interview Can Be Applied in Law Enforcement Interviews in the United States

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    The research questions that this thesis explored were “Why the Reid Technique is Ineffective for Law Enforcement Interrogations?” and “How a Non-Accusatory Model of Interview Can Be Applied in Law Enforcement Interviews in the United States.” In recent years, the harmful effects of using a confrontational, adversarial interrogation method, such as the Reid technique, have emerged. These interrogation methods are based on pseudoscience. The effects of these types of interrogation methods can include psychological harm and false confessions. Professionals and officials in the law enforcement field are exploring new options for interviewing including non-accusatory methods such as the PEACE model. A non-accusatory method of interviewing can aid in obtaining more information while mitigating the risks of an accusatory method. To explore these questions, interviews were conducted with Dr. Brent Snook and Mr. David Thompson. Dr. Snook is an academic that researches how science can be applied to the criminal justice system including in interviews and interrogations. Mr. Thompson is the Vice President of Operations for Wicklander-Zulawski, an investigative and consulting company that focuses on utilizing non-accusatory methods of interviewing. From these interviews, Dr. Snook and Mr. Thompson confirmed what has been published about the Reid technique and how it is an ineffective technique to use in modern law enforcement interviews. The PEACE model of interviewing is a model based in science that can be applied to law enforcement agencies in the U.S. The adoption of non-accusatory methods in certain U.S. law enforcement agencies suggest that change is possible. This adoption can be accelerated if a federal mandate is created that requires U.S. law enforcement agencies to adopt a non-accusatory method of interviewing like the PEACE model and discontinue use of accusatory methods such as the Reid technique

    Eagle Executive Magazine

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    Dean’s Message College News Department News New Faculty Members Graduate Studies News Tailgates & Homecoming Alumni Spotlight Alumni Class Notes Development News Eagle Executive Societyhttps://digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu/eagle-executive/1002/thumbnail.jp

    2019 Spring Commencement

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