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During questioning it may become clear that despite earlier assumptions, an interpreter is required after all. 44 Visual communication Non-English speakers naturally tend to look at and respond to the person facilitating communication with them - the interpreter. They can be reminded at the beginning of the interview that the interpreter is not the person responsible for asking the questions, and that they should look at the officer. Naturally, a deaf person must look at a sign-language interpreter or lipspeaker all the time, and will not be able to look at the police officer.
It also refers to the local Community Relations Council as a source of interpreters for non-English speakers. These suggestions are out of date and incomplete: see next section. Contacting the right person Assuming that it has been decided that the non-English speaker does need an interpreter, the correct language and dialect must then be identified. If there is any doubt, it is advisable to make absolutely sure of the correct identification before calling out an interpreter. It may be possible to do this preliminary checking over the telephone, by calling a qualified individual interpreter or a reputable telephone interpreting service.
Similarly, deaf people tend to nod during 'signing' to indicate that the message is coming across. If a solicitor is present, comments by the interviewing officer can be monitored. If necessary they can be contradicted or challenged by the solicitor whilst the tape is running. 35 At the conclusion of the interview, and before the recorder is switched off, the suspect will be handed a 'Notice to Suspect' which explains the use which will be made of the tape-recording, and the arrangements for access to it.
Interpreters and the legal process by Joan Colin; Ruth Morris