[Intelforum] interrogation study
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> I am currently conducting a study about military and counterterrorism
> interrogation techniques. I am asking military interrogators and their
> federal counterparts to anonymously complete a 15 minute on-line survey
> about interrogation techniques, beliefs and practices. According to a recent
> government study, there is a great deal of research about law enforcement
> interrogations but little about interrogations in the military or
> counterterrorism context. It is my hope to compare my results with the law
> enforcement literature and eventually ethically test common practices in an
> experimental setting.
> The survey collects no personal information other than gender and general
> affiliation. It asks for no classified material and essentially tracks the
> Army interrogation handbook and common law enforcement practices. The survey
> does not save IP addresses.
> I would be happy to speak with you or answer any questions you might have.
> If you are an interrogator you can contact me in confidence and I will
> provide you with the link and password for the survey. You can
> then anonymously participate if you like.
> Thank you.
> Very truly yours,
> Matthew D. Semel, J.D., M.S.
> Visiting Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
> Partner, FBI Terrorism Research & Analysis Project (TRAP)
> Division of Social Sciences
> St. Thomas Aquinas College
> 125 Route 340
> Sparkill, NY 10976
> msemel at stac.edu
> (cell) 203-249-8661
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