The interview is conducted in such a manner as to elicit from the child a full and accurate recollection of the abusive events this requires that the interviewer be objective neutral and without bias the intent of the interview is not to treat the childs needs but rather to obtain evidence for possible presentation to a court. Child forensic interviewing best practices chris newlin linda cordisco steele andra chamberlin jennifer anderson julie kenniston amy russell heather stewart and viola vaughan eden during the last quarter of the 20th century the united states began to fully recognize the incidence of child abuse and neglect affecting our country. A legal assumption derived from the traditional belief that the mother is the parent ideally and inherently best suited to care for children of a tender age doctrine is no longer officially used in all states though in many the mother is presumptively given custody of the child. Forensic psychologist and expert witness with extensive court experience in civil criminal and family court cases currently a forensic psychologist on staff at rutgers university biomedical health service specializing in criminal behavior and risk assessment as well as a forensic psychologist consultant for the rockland county ny court . In order to become a criminal psychologist students should pursue a standard forensic psychology path however not all criminal psychologists necessarily have to study forensic psychology as a specialty rather experience working in the criminal justice system and in particular in correctional facilities is ideal
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