Conducting Investigations

This catalogue holds learning relating to incidents, both crime and non-crime that require investigation.  This includes all related activities such as various types of searches, crime scene investigation, evidence-gathering and forensics, as well as investigation of digital communications, social media. 

Learning relating to the investigative process includes specialist investigative interviewing for suspects, victims and witnesses, children and vulnerable adults.

The curriculum provision in relation to criminal justice is located in this category, and currently includes case file management and all aspects relating to detention and custody from booking in a detainee to the care of a detainee at release from custody.

The learning standards, together with associated learning materials including e-learning, are accessible to registered users of the College Managed Learning Environment (MLE).

National learning standards are aligned to Authorised Professional Practice (APP) and National Occupational Standards (NOS) contained within the Policing Professional Framework. 

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