Investigative Skills – one day public course – delivered online via Zoom
Dates to be confirmed
The Investigative Skills course will provide delegates with an overview of investigative considerations, guidance and practice in relation to a criminal investigation from receipt of information to presentation at court.
By the end of the course students will be able to;
- Identify key principles and ethics to be applied when conducting an investigation.
- Outline key legislation and guidance.
- Demonstrate within a case study scenario an awareness of investigative strategies, priorities and investigative actions.
- Describe the PEACE model and how this may be used to interview victims, witnesses and offenders.
- Outline the evidential standards required for charging
- Identify court structures, protocols and practice when giving evidence at court.
Using a case study scenario course participants will be guided through an investigation, during which participants will consider and decide upon the course of the investigation and necessary actions to be taken.
- Principles and Ethics when conducting investigations
- Key legislation and guidance
- Receipt and recording of information and intelligence
- Investigative strategy, priorities and options
- Crime scene management – Searching and exhibit handling
- Victim and offender management
- PEACE Model – Overview of investigative interviewing victims, witnesses and suspects
- Review of evidence and charging standards
- Court structure, process and presentation of evidence at court.
To book your place, please complete your order using this form.
Please visit our Investigative Skills training page for more information.
We are also able to deliver this course ‘in house’ for your organisation, either online or ‘face to face’ at a venue and time of your choosing.
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