Oitivas e interrogatórios baseados em evidências:

considerações sobre entrevista investigativa aplicado na investigação criminal.

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https://doi.org/10.22197/rbdpp.v8i1.665

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Entrevista, Memória, Treinamento, Policial

Resumo

Policiais realizam entrevistas com vítimas, testemunhas, e suspeitos para obter informações, sendo a acurácia e a quantidade destas informações diretamente relacionadas às técnicas de entrevista utilizadas. Uma entrevista com técnicas inadequadas tende a gerar poucas informações e potencialmente imprecisas, prejudicando o processo investigativo e o sistema de justiça. Já uma entrevista com técnicas adequadas é capaz de resultar em um maior número de informações confiáveis, preservando os direitos dos entrevistados. Neste artigo de revisão narrativa são apresentadas técnicas de entrevista investigativa e sua importância para a obtenção de informações confiáveis em oitivas e interrogatórios. Em seguida, apresenta-se um exemplo de como a entrevista investigativa foi implementada no Reino Unido, demonstrando como a aproximação entre pesquisadores e policiais pode auxiliar no processo de implementação e avaliação de treinamento.

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Biografia do Autor

William Weber Cecconello, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil

Doutor em Psicologia Cognitiva pela PUCRS (2021). Psicólogo Jurídico e Professor de Psicologia na IMED (Campus Passo Fundo). Graduado em Psicologia pela IMED (2015), Mestre em Psicologia pela PUCRS (2017). Experiência em Psicologia Jurídica e Forense, com foco em pareceres técnicos e Treinamentos voltados à Psicologia do Testemunho. Tem desenvolvido pesquisas na área de falsas memórias, reconhecimento, e técnicas de entrevista, com o objetivo de compreender melhor os processos cognitivos de vítimas, testemunhas, e suspeitos, e testar procedimentos que melhorem práticas investigativas. 

Rebecca Milne

635 / 5.000 Resultados de traduçãoBecky Milne é professora de psicologia forense, psicóloga e cientista forense licenciada e membro associado da British Psychological Society. Ela é editora associada do International Journal of Police Science and Management e faz parte do conselho editorial do Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling, Frontiers: Forensic and Legal Psychology, Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology e do British Journal of Forensic Prática. Becky é um dos membros líderes acadêmicos do Grupo de orientação estratégica para entrevistas investigativas do Conselho Nacional de Chefes de Polícia (NPCC).

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29.04.2022

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Weber Cecconello, W., Milne, R., & Milnitsky Stein, L. (2022). Oitivas e interrogatórios baseados em evidências: : considerações sobre entrevista investigativa aplicado na investigação criminal. Revista Brasileira De Direito Processual Penal, 8(1). https://doi.org/10.22197/rbdpp.v8i1.665

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Teoria da Prova Penal