Classroom: 3 Day Advanced Investigative Interviewing Skills and Techniques Course
(Includes above E-Learning as a pre-read)
Individuals: £450+VAT per person
Discounts for Groups and 'In-House' Training
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The word “investigation” comes from the Latin vestigum meaning “trace” or “footprint”.
Investigation is the search for the trace or footprint and, if done professionally , demands commitment to enquire in detail, to observe carefully, and to examine systematically.
1 Plan and prepare interviews with suspects.
2 Conduct interviews with suspects.
3 Evaluate interviews with suspects and carry out post-interview processes.
This course is about interviewing suspects as part of serious, complex or major investigations.
The course will show you how to plan an interview within your specialist area of work, formulate an interview strategy, ensure that the interviewee is fit to be interviewed, and that the relevant people are present. The course will provide you with opportunities to conduct an interview using approved and recognised interviewing techniques and models, introducing evidence and exhibits where this is necessary.
At the conclusion of the interview you will be shown how to evaluate the interview to determine what further action is required and how to summarise interview records ensuring the integrity and security is maintained.
Anyone involved in investigations where suspects are to be interviewed.