Pitt Community College Law Enforcement Training Division
The goal of this 16 hour/credit course is to provide a comprehensive legal review of the case law and statutes governing interviews and interrogations.
The student will be exposed to federal and state case law and statutes concerning interviews and interrogations. At the end of the instruction, students will be able to:
- Understand the constitutional amendments governing interviews and interrogations.
- Distinguish between “attachment” and “invocation” of rights
- Distinguish between Fifth and Sixth Amendment interrogation rights
- Understand North Carolina interrogation rules
- Comprehend interrogation practices which are allowed and prohibited by the Fourteenth Amendment Due ProcessClause
- Apply the special rules concerning interrogation of juveniles
- Understand the meaning of interrogation rights waivers, and how officers are to obtain such waivers
- Recite the exceptions to the Miranda rule
- Understand when an interrogation may be re-commenced after an invocation of rights.
- Distinguish between a voluntary encounter and an interrogation
This course utilizes lecture, discussion, video scenarios, practical exercises, and case and statutory review.
Instructor: Andrew Tallmer, Esq.
Dates: February 25, 2019 - February 26, 2019
Required test: 2016 Arrest, Search, and Investigation textbook (5th edition) with supplement, written by Robert Farb and published by the UNC School of Government
PCC has 20 sets of manuals that students may borrow while enrolled in the course; however, if a student would prefer to highlight and make notes during class, it is recommended that they purchase their own set.
8:00am - 5:00pm EST
PCC LE Training Center, 2096 Central Park Drive, Winterville, NC 28590
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