So in my book, the police have caught a man and brought him in for questioning. They know the guy is linked to the crime, but they need some kind of confession, in order to unravel the rest of the story, and the following pages of the book. This is the first time the pace of the book slows, and I can really explore the characters as they come face to face (good vs bad). I want the interview to be realistic, eg drawn out over some time, but other than what I've seen from tv cop shows, I'm at a loss at the way I can approach this, especially as to how the cop interrogates the suspect. I've looked at forums, and read up on police interview techniques, but without experiencing it, I'm not sure if my scene is believable. Has anyone first hand knowledge of the routine? Or know anything about this, which may be of some help. Thank you!