How the Méndez Principles Transform Interrogations Worldwide

Interrogation practices have long been a contentious issue in the field of criminal justice and human rights. We want to keep our communities safe by reducing crime and bringing criminals to trial, yet historically, the use of coercive methods has raised ethical concerns. Agencies today are pursuing better ways to obtain the information they need […]

Global Perspectives on Police Reform and Ethical Interrogations

As the imperative to uphold human rights continues to spread around the world, several countries have been making significant strides in improving their law enforcement processes, particularly regarding interrogation techniques. Improving public safety is now a global mission, and through collaboration and by studying other models, every nation can find new ways to improve their […]