Introduction to Employee Investigation in the UK
Learn more about employee investigation practices and procedures in the UK including triggering, greyscale. and more.
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This course begins with an Introduction to Employee Investigation. You will look into RIPA and the Law of TORT, the Police and Criminal Evidence (PACE) Act and the PACE - Codes of Practice. You will also study Theft Law 1968 which is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom that creates a number of offences against property in England and Wales. You will also look into the arrest powers vested on police officers.
This course will then touch the topic on SIA or the Security Industry Authority. You will study the right procedures to be observed by law enforcers in gathering evidence and recording statements. You will learn about triggering which is important in helping monitor or locate houses, persons, and many other things that are important. You will also look into the proper way of conducting and reporting the investigation as well as study witness statements.
Upon the completion of this course, you will gain a better understanding of the role of Employee Investigators and the legislation an Employee Investigator must be familiar with. You will learn how to develop a pattern of life study, become familiar with interim , final reports, and witness statement as well as the use of the Pocket Notebook, triggering, and grey-scale. Enrol in this course and learn the role of the Employee Investigator today!
Module 1: Employee Investigation in the UK
Introduction to Employee Investigation
RIPA and the Law of TORT
PACE - Police and Criminal Evidence Act Introduction
PACE - Codes of Practice
Theft Law 1968
The Arrest and the Police Station
SIA - the Security Industry Authority
Evidence and Recording Infrormation
Conducting the Investigation
Reporting and Witness Statements
Module 2: Employee Investigation Assessment
Learning outcomes: - Understanding the need and role of Employee Investigators; - Know the legislation an Employee Investigator must be familiar with and why; - Learn how to develop a ‘pattern of life’ study; - Be familiar with interim and final reports, witness statement and the use of the Pocket Notebook; - Understand how to use techniques such triggering and grey-scale; - Know how to conduct an operation.
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