Conducting Investigations

This category relates to incidents, both crime and non-crime that require investigation.  This includes all aspects of an investigation, including specialist investigative interviewing for suspects, victims and witnesses, children and vulnerable adults. Also included is case file management and detention and custody.

This category includes learning for the following areas:

  •  CCTV
  • Communications Data
  • Counter Corruption
  • Cybercrime
  • Criminal Justice
  • Disclosure
  • Forensics
  • Fraud
  • High Tech Crime
  • Investigations
  • Search
  • Stop and Search

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) , the College Competency and Values Framework (CVF), and the Policing Professional Profiles.

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