22 pages tagged with Managing investigations
Building investigative capability and capacity
Guideline for chief constables to support effective investigations.
Supporting the delivery of effective investigations
Guideline for supervisors to support delivery of effective investigations.
Taking responsibility for your professional development
Investigators have a personal responsibility for their knowledge, skills, learning and experience.
Making good decisions
Ensuring impartiality and recording investigative decisions.
Understanding the process, your role and obligations
The role and obligations of the investigator.
Introduction to the guidelines on conducting effective investigations.
PIP level 2 – investigative supervisor/manager programme
Gain skills for supervising, managing and leading teams that conduct investigations.
Investigating sudden childhood death programme
Respond properly and effectively to instances of sudden childhood death.
PIP level 3 – senior investigating officer development programme
Become an efficient, competent and professional senior investigator.
PIP level 3 – serious and organised crime (SOCA) module
Perform the role of senior investigator in serious and organised crime investigation.
PIP level 3 – major crime investigation module
Perform the role of senior investigator on major investigations.
PIP level 3 – core learning major crime investigation module
Core learning essential for the role of the senior investigating officer (SIO).
PIP level 3 – HYDRA module
Build on the knowledge and skills developed in the previous modules of the senior investigating officer development programme (SIODP).
PIP level 4 – strategic management of complex cases
To ensure those charged with the strategic management of investigations have the necessary skills and knowledge to perform the role.
Investigations guidance updates
Put your digital investigative skills to the test with Operation Modify
Investigations APP – have your say
Effective investigations guidelines – have your say
First responders – help shape our new investigation guidelines