Crime Scene Investigator Level 2 (Pro-active Forensics)

Overview

​To develop the knowledge and skills of the Crime Scene Investigator in the role of a Level 2 CSI. The course is supported by officers from the National Crime Agency and Covert Training Unit - College of Policing.

Who should attend

​The course is designed for experienced Crime Scene Investigators who have been selected to undertake the role of the Level 2 CSI within their force.

Aims

​To develop the knowledge and skills of the Crime Scene Investigator to effectively support the forensic opportunities of force level 2 operations.

Objectives

​On completion of the course the learners will:

  • Under​stand the requirements of the surveillance operative

  • Recognise and resolve health and safety issues

  • Unde​rstand current legislation

  • Prep​are proactive forensic strategies

  • Utilise a range of forensic tactics to maximize intelligence and evidence recovery

  • Demonstrate competency within simulated scenes

  • Outl​​ine the role of the National Crime Agency 

Entry requirements

​This course is intended for learne​​​rs who have successfully met requirements in force. The suitable candidate should demonstrate:

  • Integrity to protect operati​​​ons and tactics

  • Ability to respond to specific instructions

  • Professional approac​h

  • Maintains professional knowledge base

  • Co-ordination and prioritisation skills

  • Mental agility

Course Dates and Venues

Course duration

​A 2 week resi​​dential course

Methods of delivery

​Classroom d​elivery and practical exercises.

Assessment processes / accreditation details

​Written​​ and practical assessments.

Contact

Phone:

+44 (0)1388 744100

Email:

forensic.centre@college.pnn.police.uk

Cost to HO forces

Residential:

Year 2015/16: Tuition £2,260, plus £570 accommodation and meals charges. Please note, prices maybe subject to review.

Cost to non-HO forces

Residential:

Year 2015/16: Tuition £2,260, plus £570 accommodation and meals charges. Please note, prices maybe subject to review.

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