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Agent Horowitz just received a phone call from Supervisor Agent Fallon that Mr. Alex Rosamilla is in state custody for transporting 100 kilos of cocaine. He is now being transferred into federal custody. Supervisor Fallon asks Agent Horowitz to debrief Mr. Rosamilla at the federal court house.
* Develop a debriefing report. You can be as creative with the information Rosamilla provides.
* Be sure to use chronological order, adhere to the 21 rules for report writing, and to provide a recommendation at the end.
Hello Mr. Rosamilla, my name is Agent Horowitz and I will be conducting this interview. First of all, let’s talk about what you are being detained for. You were apprehended for carrying 100 kilos of cocaine. This is a very serious offense and I’m quite sure that you are aware of it.
I am going to start off by explaining to you the process of a briefing report. The type of report that we are going to conduct is called a follow-up report or a supplemental report. This kind of reports sets forth information concerning any subsequent investigation and the results of that investigation. (Criminal Justice Communications; Custom Edition; Part5; Chapter 17; Page 272).
First, I am going to interview you by asking you a few questions.
1. Are you Mr. Alex Rosamilla?
2. Do you or have you ever used any aliases?
3. What is your descent?
4. Is your birthday June 3, 1942?
5. How tall are you and how much do you weigh?
6. Do you have any tattoos or special markings that need to be identified on your body?
7. Have you ever been convicted of a felon? If yes can you state them please?
8. Do you own a vehicle and if so what is the year, make, and model?
9. In front of me and my sworn office, do you promise to tell the...