A question that deals with the target issue of concern to the investigation. In addition to “did you do it” types of questions, relevant questions also include evidence-connecting and “do you know who” questions. Strong relevant questions address the “did you do it” type of questions, while moderate-strength relevant questions address evidence connecting and prior knowledge, such as participation in planning, providing help the perpetrators, or knowing the identity of the perpetrators. Moderate-strength relevant questions also address the examinee’s alibi or place him at the scene of the crime.