Full recommendations for judicial staff on how to work with an interpreter via video link can be found in Recommendations for the use of video-mediated interpreting in criminal proceedings (Braun, S. (2011). In Braun, S and Taylor, J (eds) 2011, Guildford: University of Surrey, 265 – 288.
Inspector García from the International Crime Unit sets up a video conference with a Polish-Spanish interpreter in order to question Bo, who is suspected of people trafficking. Bo denies all knowledge of this, saying he is in Spain on holiday. He is offered a solicitor, but refuses to cooperate.
A Polish delinquent
This clip focuses on the use of video conferencing for the questioning of a suspect using an interpreter based in another location. The set-up process and interpreter briefing are shown, together with the conduct of the interview itself.