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IACP Launches Online Training Series on Juvenile Interviewing and Interrogation

June 24, 2014

International Association of Chiefs of Police Web siteThe International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), in collaboration with OJJDP, has released a free, online training series on effective juvenile interviewing and interrogation techniques. This introductory-level series is targeted to law enforcement and legally authorized juvenile justice professionals who interview and/or interrogate youth. Courses include analyzing juvenile behavior, developing rapport with youth, juvenile interviewing techniques, and juvenile interrogation techniques.

This online series was developed under IACP’s Improving Law Enforcement Responses to Youth Training and Technical Assistance Program, funded through OJJDP, and is based on the IACP/OJJDP classroom training “Introduction to Juvenile Interview and Interrogation Techniques.”


Learn how to get started and register online.

E-mail Eileen LeFurgy for more information, or call 1-800-843-4227 x 830.