This 10 day course is for those investigators tasked with the investigation and/or the management of investigation into serious and complex crimes. It draws on best practice models which are either compulsory or advisory for senior investigating officers in large parts of the world.

Course rationale

The trainers for this course have worked on many such enquiries and have taken the role of SIO. The course is case study based which runs throughout but is modular in its presentation. Students will be able to practice and receive feedback in the following areas; Dealing with procedural, policy and strategy issues, using critical thinking and strategic planning, securing and managing multiple crime scenes, using internationally recognised models of investigation and decision making, use of policy books to develop accountable and auditable systems and developing strategies for dealing with the media and with the community impact of crime.

Course details

Duration:
10 days
Campus:
Any venue suitable for the client

Entry requirements

No specific requirements for these un-accredited short courses but, please note they will all be taught in English.

Key Benefits

Students undertaking this short course will be provided with the knowledge and techniques to use internationally recognised models of practice that will equip the delegate to manage serious and complex investigations both at practical and strategic levels. It will provide the opportunity to examine all current recognised best practice models and issues which would impact upon an area of investigation. The training would develop an understanding of the investigative function through various activities and practical exercises through to the preparation of case papers and the presentation of evidence.