Investigative Interviewing

Legislation, Evidence and Investigative Interviewing
Classroom Blended

What the training covers

  • Conducting a fair and proportionate complaints investigation
  • Gathering evidence, identifying and securing exhibits with due regard to the Data Protection Act 2018, GDPR and the Human Rights Act 1998
  • Applying the relevant processes under the Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996
  • Identifying the rules of evidence
  • Recognising different types of evidence, including, oral, documentary, hearsay, circumstantial and real
  • Distinguishing between facts, inferences and opinions• Analysing information and the principles of intelligence
  • Identifying the points to prove when investigating an awarding organisation’s alleged failure to comply with regulations
  • Creating, maintaining and enhancing best practice standards in record keeping
  • Effectively applying the principles of investigative interviewing
  • Planning, preparing and legally and ethically conducting an investigative interview using the PEACE model and Conversation Management
  • Applying good listening and questioning skills
  • Demonstrating interview skills using a case study and role plays



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PDA deliver their courses nationally and internationally, both online and at a number of UK based face-to-face training locations across the UK, including London, Manchester and throughout the Midlands.

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