Police and Personality. A correlational analysis of interrogation the competencies and the management

01 January 2007 → 31 October 2011
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
Research disciplines
  • Social sciences
    • Applied psychology
    • Criminology
    • Law
    • Other law and legal studies
personality traits police management interrogation
Project description

This correlational study focuses on the most important activities of law enforcement personnel, i.e. interviewing and information gathering. It exmaines the underlying structure of interview competencies and the association with FFM personality traits. This research investigate if the five-dimensional taxonomie (De Fruyt, 2006) of police competencies is a comprehensive one.