Determine the fundamental difference between interrogating and interviewing under the circumstance of criminal investigation. Provide one (1) example of a situation or scenario when each of these would be used. From the e-Activity, and based on Figure 7.5 Linear Use-of-force Continuum in Chapter 7 of the textbook, support or critique the argument that a police officer should use an Electronic Countermeasures (ECM) and / or taser before the utilization of deadly force when making arrests. Provide a rationale to support your response. e-Activity Use the Internet or the library to research articles on Electronic Countermeasures (EMC) and Taser. Crime Scene Recap: Mother called in a report that she has not been able to get a hold of her son (Charlie) in three weeks Officer arrive and find Charlie Strayer, deceased You arrive on the scene (watch video) ME arrived and when you flip the body you find a 40 caliber Glock, under Charlie Charlie has no visible trauma to his body ME takes body to conduct an autopsy and toxicology report. ME believes the deceased, sue to the decomposition, died about three weeks ago. He will not know more until the autopsy. As you are leaving the crime scene, dispatch advises you that Charlie Strayer’s mother is at the police station wanting to know if officers found anything out about her son. She is frantically stating ‘if that damn drug dealing wife of his hurt her son, she wold kill her.’ As you are packaging the bottle of Xanax you notice that the bottle was prescribed a week ago to a Mary Strayer. You get in your car, have crime scene collect the evidence and drive back to the police station. What do we do next??