Interview Room Recording  and Interrogation Recording Systems

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Audio listening system for Law enforcement interrogation, educational or medical observation rooms. This easy of use system is an effective systems gathering and recording evidence in judicial maters or evaluating patient/student or staff performance in real life situations or simulations. The below is a suggested system that can used.

Observation Room Sound System provides a simple solution to remotely listen from the recording room. The microphone feed can connect to a single or central observation room. As the observer watches and listens to the case room, the audio can be routed to a recording device such as a computer/headphone or speaker. The small microphone size and low profile provides an excellent option for listening and recording observation rooms and discrete applications.

This system allows faculty, trainers, administrators, etc., to observe while working cases without being present in the room. The observer  also discretely record comments and observations along with the room’s ambient audio. The system can record all audio allowing permanent archiving for future needs by adding an optional recording device.

This same application can be used in a police interview room microphone and Law Enforcement agencies.

Room Set-up and Materials
The basic set-up for PCIT rooms will include a one-way mirror, side by side rooms (therapy room, obsrevation room, and barrier room),
an adult sized table with two chairs to accommodate a caregiver and child, an adult sized sturdy time out chair and at least three
choices of appropriate toys. Average-sized treatment rooms are preferred rather than larger conference rooms. A sound system
(microphone and amplifier) is necessary to hear the interaction between caregiver and child while you stand on the other side of the one
way mirror in the observation room, and a “hearing helper” system will be necessary for speaking to the caregiver through a microphone
and earpiece device (bug-in-the-ear). A timer is important when coding the caregiver on skill level each week.Videotaping sessions also
allows for session review by consultant or supervisor, your review of caregiver skill level, and as a reference as the sessions progress. A
barrier room (or “time out” room) is preferred but not required. A barrier room is ideally approximately 4X6 feet or so – no smaller than
4X4 and no larger than a small office – and it must have adequate light. When designing a barrier room consider having a “dutch door”
cut off approximately 5 feet high and/or a safety glass window into the timeout room to permit visual contact

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