Road Death Lead Investigator
Road Death Lead Investigator
For those involved in leading serious collision investigations, training is essential. This important role demands knowledge, experience and professionalism.
Sancus Solutions’ five day Road Death Lead Investigator training course is fully compliant with the College of Policing Investigating Road Death publication and draws on other relevant sources such as the Murder Investigation Manual and Practice Advice on Core Investigative Doctrine..
The course has been developed in accordance with the learning outcomes published in the College of Policing National Policing Curriculum Module “Leading Serious Collision Investigations (Code ENPSX417)
The course utilises a scenario based experience to allow Road Death Lead Investigators to develop the techniques they will need to carry out this exacting role.
Road Death Lead Investigator Course Dates & Costs
23rd – 27th April 2018
- 5 days – Road Death Lead Investigator Course
- Birmingham – The Studio, 7 Cannon St, Birmingham B2 5EP -TBC
- *3 Places available*
- Cost – £695+vat. Accommodation is not included please contact hotel directly
In House Training
Sancus Road Death Lead Investigator training can be delivered for your organisations, at a venue of your choice. If you have a number of candidates it may be cost effective to host the course in your own force. Because of the specialist nature of this training it is beneficial for us to discuss your exact needs and requirements.
Please contact us and our senior course trainer will be pleased to arrange a consultation.
The Road Death Lead Investigator Course has been delivered to delegates from over twenty UK police forces and other organisations.
“Although this is not my full time role, the information I have taken away from the course will be invaluable in the future. the course was more interesting that I had anticipated and the trainer engaging and enthusiastic” – AR City of London, March 2018
“A nicely paced course, facilitated by two trainers who were not only passionate about the subject matter, they were up to date and operationally competent. The week was full of relevant examples reinforced by personal experience from both delegates and trainers. Certainly a course to attend if you want to get a good start in the world of the lead investigator”. – AH Norfolk Police, York November 2017
“Excellent course. The best explained use/compilation of policy logs I have had.” – Lancashire Constabulary Road Policing SIO
“Very well structured and delivered course. It is difficult to fill a one week course with relevant information and keeping the attention of the class which was achieved” – Cumbria Police SIO
“Very impressed to see how the methods of crime investigation are being utilised in RTA” – SIO Garda Siochana, Ombudsman Commission
“Thanks Mike and Kylie. I really enjoyed the course. It was really good to have an ex-traffic officer to explain things as this really helped – normally, we have someone taking a course who has never stepped out into the real world, but it was clear that Mike knew what he was talking about. This was the same with Kylie during the CID/Court lessons. She clearly knew what she was talking about. I took many things away from the course which I will use in my day to day duties as well as SIO duties. Many thanks both” – Dyfed Powys May 2017
“The course was well presented in a very professional manner by two very knowledgable trainers. We were able to ask questions and get comprehensive replies to understand all the course content to fully equip us for our role as RDLI. I thoroughly enjoyed the course presentation. I would again pass my thanks on to both Michael and Kylie”. Dyfed Powys May 2017