Persuasión en el interrogatorio policial: una revisión sistemática

María Navamuel Nieto, Rafael Manuel López Pérez

Resumen


El interrogatorio y la entrevista policial son unos de los elementos más importantes en la investigación criminal. Uno de sus principales objetivos es obtener información veraz tanto de sospechosos como de testigos que sirva para esclarecer el delito investigado. Para conseguir ese objetivo, diversas técnicas de persuasión son utilizadas en función del tipo de interrogatorio que se aplique. En esta revisión teórica se ha adoptado un proceso de revisión sistemática mediante el cual  recopilaremos y analizaremos estudios procedentes de dos bases de datos diferentes, planteando los factores que influyen en el proceso de interrogatorio y relacionándolos con las técnicas de persuasión identificadas en estos y sus potenciales riesgos.

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