The old-fashioned police methods of extracting a confession from perpetrators–torture, beatings, electric shock, playing Duran Duran records over and over again–are a thing of the archaic past. Today’s methods are nonviolent and extremely persuasive. When information is needed, constables such as Kerry Marie enter the interrogation room where they simply do their thing in front of the prisoner. Before long, another hardened criminal is spilling his cowardly guts and happy to sign a confession to anything, including the Great Train Robbery in 1963. An example of these new techniques are presented below in 72 images.