A forensic interview is a single session, recorded interview designed to elicit a child’s unique information when there are concerns of possible abuse or when the child has witnessed violence against another person. The forensic interview is conducted in a supportive and non-leading manner by a professional trained in the National Children’s Advocacy Center (NCAC) Forensic Interview model. Interviews are remotely observed by representatives of the agencies involved in the investigation (such as law enforcement and the department of human resources).
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