Language and communication in the police interview: Spoken interaction as evidence

hosted by APCI

Start: Tuesday, 19 Jan 2021 17:00

End: Tuesday, 19 Jan 2021 18:30

  • About this event

    This talk will cover some of the key aspects of language and communication in the police investigative interview from a linguistic perspective, focusing in particular on how the interaction is designed towards the interview’s subsequent function as a piece of criminal evidence. We will also look at how formal records of interview are created and used, and the implications of this for what goes on in the interview itself. Overall, this talk will give interpreters greater insight into the dynamics and complexities of the police interview process, and their role within it.

  • Event details

    This is an online webinar which will be delivered over the Zoom platform. Zoom best practice is for attendees to use a headset with a microphone as this will give you the best user experience, but it is not mandatory.

    This is a ticketless event. When you have completed your purchase on the Xing platform you will see a confirmation message from Xing. Shortly afterwards you will receive a link by e-mail which will enable you to access the webinar.

    The Xing ticket shop will be available until 1600 on 19 January 2021. After that time it will no longer be possible to register for this event.

     

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    Category Selection Still available Price (gross)* Price (net) Amount
    APCI Member
    10 free -
    Non-member
    24
    £ 10.00
    £ 8.33
    £ 0.00
    * incl. legal VAT

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