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‘how can you tell if someone is telling the truth?’

  ‘how can you tell if someone is telling the truth?’ I have delivered a number of courses recently where investigative interviewing is a major part. One of the first things we cover is the incorrect assumption that Investigative Interviewing is about getting a...

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Ivey v Genting Casinos – A New Test For ‘dishonesty’

Ruling Re-defines Dishonesty     In this final instalment we conclude our look at ‘dishonesty’. See our previous weeks instalments on Ruling Re-defines Dishonesty Points to Prove & Playing Cards "dishonestly". You can see now, I suspect, that if you watch the backs of...

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Ivey v Genting Casinos – Playing Cards “dishonestly”

Ruling Re-defines Dishonesty   Last weeks post looked at the importance of establishing the Points to Prove (P2P) and we introduced dishonesty as one of the P2P in the definition of theft. Dishonesty in this context is taken to mean to prove someone’s actions were...

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Ivey v Genting Casinos – Points to Prove

  Ruling Re-defines Dishonesty   Hi, Let me introduce myself, I’m Graham Jones, a retired detective and lead Investigative Skills Trainer for Sancus Solutions. Over the next three weeks I want to discuss the importance of establishing the ‘Points to Prove’ of an...

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