This subject revises previously learnt interview techniques and processes and examines further interviewing techniques for victims, witnesses and suspects. There is a focus on Electronically Recorded Interview of a Suspected Person (ERISP). The subject examines the additional legal and mandatory requirements of police when investigating the offences of domestic violence, traffic offences, larceny and its associated offences, i.e. break enter and commit serious indictable offence, fraud, receiving and goods in custody.
The preparation of a Brief of Evidence is an essential skill for an operational general duties police officer. This subject addresses all the details that police are required to include in a Brief of Evidence.
School of Policing Studies
Available only to students in the Associate Degree in Policing Practice. Students will require internet access.
PPP145 and PPP146 and PPP147 or PPP152 and PPP153 and PPP154 and PPP155 and PPP156 and PPP157
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