SERVICES: PUBLIC SECTOR
DISCLOSURE OF INFORMATION
CRIMINAL PROCEDURES INVESTIGATION ACT 1996 and the NEW CODES OF PRACTICE EFFECTIVE FROM APRIL 2005 Duration 1 Day
All persons involved in any investigation functions from the management to support staff.
To provide the opportunity to thoroughly examine this legislation, and how it impacts upon all aspects of the investigation process from the commencement of a case through to the court procedure.
This course contains theory, however the training is designed as a practical training event.
- Explore the importance of this piece of legislation and examine its impact on the Human Rights Act article 6 (A Right to a Fair Trial).
- Examine in depth, the roles of the Officer In Charge and the Investigator.
- Examine the delegates’ practices within investigations with a view to complying with all aspects of the Codes of Practice.
- Physically examine a case study.
- Discuss methods to identify best practice with regard to the way in which information is recorded on Investigation Management Systems or manually.
- Examine the types of material and contents that may fall under Public Interest Immunity (Sensitive material).
- Examine what procedure is required under Prosecution.
- Completion the relevant forms relating to sensitive, non-sensitive information and the Disclosure Officer’s report.
Any other areas of concern relating to this training not covered by the above contents
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