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debrief

noun examine, gain information, gain knowlldge, get briefing, inquire, interrogate, investigate, quiz, scrutinize
Associated concepts: counterintelligence, espionage, interrogation, terrorism
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The Army needs soldiers who can execute contact and informant operations, perform interrogator and strategic debriefer functions, and execute Cl tasks from tactical to national levels.
Experienced debriefers understand that there is no one style, no one correct way to do this business, because there's no one right way of interacting with other people.
The better debriefers with our operation developed the ability to determine when a person was fading away from cooperating due to a lack of trust.
Preferably, the debriefers should have a session before the debriefing to plan the approach and to assign duties and responsibilities.
The Post-Incident Stress Debriefing Program developed by the New York State Department of Correctional Services costs next to nothing because it relies entirely on correctional officers who have received training as debriefers at their own expense or through department training funded by federal grants.
Lincoln & Guba (1985) recommend that peer debriefers "provide a sympathetic listening point for personal catharsis" (p.
A properly functioning trauma membrane, in Lindy's sense, might well act to keep debriefers away.
The list of "stressed" US Air Force jobs (for FY 2004, from 1 October 2003 to 30 September 2004) for enlisted members includes cryptologic linguists, linguist debriefers, interpreters/translators, intelligence-applications personnel, imagery analysts, signals-intelligence analysts, and electronic-signals-intelligence-exploitation personnel.
To create a culture that will help retain these new nurses, we have spent the last 14 weeks preparing experienced nurses who will be a part of the training and socialization process, including 257 preceptors, 94 managers and clinical educators, 71 mentors and 60 debriefers.
Investigator triangulation--use of several researchers, evaluators, peer debriefers.
They said American intelligence debriefers handling Amiri sought information from Amiri but did not share information with him.