Preventing false confessions by juveniles: new study highlighting the need for police training

New study by Todd Warner of University of Virginia highlights the risk of false confessions by juveniles during police interrogations and the need for police to be trained in adolescent development to prevent this. Read more about the study here. Read also Lauren Kirchner’s write-up about this here.

2 responses to “Preventing false confessions by juveniles: new study highlighting the need for police training

  1. I think we should look at all the false allegations as well and law enforcement agents for pushing people in to making them.

  2. It wasn’t specifically mentioned, but we all know they’re talking about the Reid Technique.

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