Children can be good witnesses when adults can be good questioners. How can adults help them to tell what happened during investigations without leading or influencing the narrative? An engaging resource has developed for this important scenario by Professor Martine Powell the Centre for Investigative Interviewing at Griffith University in association with the Commission for Children and Young People. Good questioners make children feel listened to, and that their experiences matter. For an example of a well-conducted interview with a child, view this video.
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