There are inherent risks to any organisation and the investigators/enforcement staff who have the responsibility of carrying out these type of duties. This is constantly highlighted in failed cases with considerable costs awarded against the Public Authority and reputational damage which follows.  This training will provide the delegates with the necessary understanding of all the aspects of legislation, decision making and Human Rights Act issues which will ensure their actions and that of the authority should stand up to any type of scrutiny, whether from a criminal/civil court or some form of tribunal. The training covers the processes from the very beginning of the case to the conclusion.

The programme is delivered in one day courses or modules. Where the modules are identified below as ‘fundamentals’ then we advise new staff to attend  in the order they are scheduled. This will enable progressive learning which will enhance  understanding of the area.  Additional specialist training is to gain a more detailed knowledge of a specific area and these can be attended at any time.

The training can also be used as a refresher or stand alone training where experienced staff only attend selected modules for expertise in a certain subject. The courses are extremely practical and use case studies throughout to enhance your knowledge and understanding.

Training Programme

For further details and to book your place on the courses please click on the relevant links below:

FUNDAMENTALS

Criminal Procedures Investigations Act (CPIA)

Wednesday 16th October 2019

PACE (Police and Criminal Evidence Act) Training

Friday 13th December 2019

Investigative Interviewing Skills (PEACE model) (2 Days)

Tuesday 28th & Wednesday 29th January 2020

Statement writing and Case File Preparation

Wednesday 12th February 2020

Attending Court and Giving Evidence

Wednesday 18th March 2019

 

ADDITIONAL SPECIALIST TRAINING

Disclosure Process Training

Thursday 14th November 2019

Regulation Of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA)

Wednesday 22nd April 2020

Acquiring and Using Communications Data within Investigations

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Open Source Internet & Social Media Investigation, the Law and Best Practice

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