Principles of Interrogation by E. Anim-Danquah

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Principles of Interrogation discusses the effective and efficient application of professional attitudes and procedures in Interrogation. It places much emphasis on the efficient planning of Interrogation for the achievement of maximum best possible results, focusing on National Security Issues.

About E. Anim-Danquah

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Author Anim-Danquah Emmanuel is an internationally trained professional in Intelligence, Counter Intelligence and Criminalistic Investigations. He directly worked for over twenty (21) years for the government of Ghana at the Bureau of National Investigation (BNI), Ghana’s Internal Intelligence Agency, the Ghana Immigration Service and the National Security Council of Ghana. At the BNI he served as a District Officer in various parts of Ghana, with several additional responsibilities. He was in charge of intelligence operations and complex investigations at the Ghana Immigration Service. At the National Security Council of Ghana he handled “Special Duties”. He has extensively worked through simple and very complex investigations for many years. He was a Lecturer for a number of years in Intelligence and Investigations at both the Ghana Immigration Service Training school (for Junior Officers) and Academy (for Senior Officers) respectively. He is currently a Consultant on security matters, with “International Migration Concerns” a Consultancy Firm based in Tema, Ghana. He is also the Author of The Art Of Investigation and A Handbook On Investigation.
Published March 6, 2013 by AuthorHouse. 140 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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