What the training covers
- The main provisions of the relevant sections of the PACE Act 1984 and Codes of Practice
- The different ways evidence is obtained and how to obtain admissible evidence legally
- How the Human Rights Act 1998, Data Protection Act 2018 and the Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998 impact on investigations
- The main provisions of legislation covering equality and surveillance and their impact on the investigation
- The main provisions of the legislation covering disclosure
- The differences between sensitive and non-sensitive material
- Using case study material demonstrate the learning
Students have the opportunity to assess their learning through the completion of a multiple choice question test and, on successful completion, receive a certificate to evidence their Continuing Professional Development. The course is delivered by experienced and qualified Counter Fraud trainers who are subject matter experts in their field.
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