Globalisation has brought with it the challenges of cross border criminality and often police, the security sector, regulatory agencies and corporate bodies with an investigatory remitare engaged in the investigation of murder, rape, kidnap, terrorism, proceeds of crime, fraud or counterfeiting where there is a significant international dimension. This could be a foreign victim or suspect in your country or one of your nationals becoming a victim overseas. This course will give the strategic leader the knowledge about what they can or cannot do within the boundaries of domestic and international law and how to effectively collaborate with international partners.

Course content

  • Effective leadership of criminal investigations on the global stage
  • Understanding of transnational criminal justice systems
  • International crimes with universal jurisdiction
  • Tackling international investigations using domestic law
  • International crisis incidents such as terrorist attacks and the importance of coordinated multi-agency planning and effective operational response
  • Key challenges to international crime investigations
  • Support options available to the investigative team particularly from international agency routes
  • Policy, procedures and regulations for transnational policing/legal assistance within international crime investigations
Duration:
5 days
Campus:
Any venue suitable for the client

Entry requirements

This course is aimed at strategic leaders within law enforcement, the security sector, regulatory agencies and corporate bodies with an investigatory remit who will be managing major crime incidents that have an international dimension.

Key Benefits

  • Neville Blackwood and his team are skilled trainers with years of specialist experience at the cutting edge of modern policing
  • Our trainers will be able to ensure students gain an excellent knowledge of how to effectively manage international crime investigations
  • Students will be able to use their learning at a strategic level within their organisations to manage their teams efficiently and maximise the benefits of collaborative international partnerships
  • They will be given an understanding of international law, when to take action and when not to and how to protect organisational reputation
  • Participants will learn the importance of working sensitively with victims and the victim’s family so that they are supported throughout an investigation
  • They will gain knowledge on how to manage their resources to prepare cases to the highest standards to meet the evidential tests of any court in the world