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Content validity is

the extent to which a content is deemed valid. Levels of content validity include:
  • Confirmed — The information has been corroborated by an investigator or another independent, reliable source.
  • Probable — The information is consistent with past accounts.
  • Doubtful — The information is inconsistent with past accounts.
  • Cannot be judged — The information cannot be judged. Its authenticity has not yet been determined by either experience or investigation.[1]

References Edit

  1. Criminal Intelligence File Guidelines, at 2.

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