This course will bring you bring you up to speed with recent legislative changes and ensure that your current RIPA practices are fully compliant.
This training is designed for anyone who needs to have an awareness of RIPA (or its equivalents such as RIPSA in Scotland or RIPL in the Channel Islands) and the various activities that can be conducted.
This training course has been designed to allow delegates to understand and explore the role and the requirements placed upon them when they are required to submit a RIPA application.
The course has been specifically designed to enable delegates to understand and explore the remit and the requirements placed upon them when they are required to perform the role of Monitoring Officer.
The training is designed to allow delegates to understand and explore the role and the requirements placed upon them when they have been nominated to perform the role of the Senior Responsible Officer.
This accredited 2-day training course has been designed to allow delegates to understand and explore the role and the requirements placed upon them when they are required to submit a RIPA application or quality assure one prior to submission to the authorising officer.
This accredited 4-day training course has been designed to allow delegates to understand and explore the role and the requirements placed upon them when they are asked to authorise activity under RIPA/IPA for directed surveillance, communications data or a Covert Human Intelligence Source (CHIS).
This 1-day training course has been designed to introduce delegates to the role of the authorising officer and allow them to explore the role and the requirements placed upon them when they are asked to authorise directed surveillance.
The aim of this course is to familiarise staff with the processing of intelligence and introduce them to the intelligence evaluation and grading systems.
The aim of this course is to provide Field Intelligence Officers (FIO’s) with the knowledge and understanding to carry out their role in an ethical manner in line with legislation, codes of practice, standard operating procedures and recognised good practice.
This course is a combination of theory and practical which allows the delegates to record the events obtained from surveillance.
This course is designed to allow staff to set up a static observation post, identifying the resources required and also the equipment that can be used to secure evidence or intelligence.
Our mobile surveillance course gives delegates the knowledge and practical skills to conduct surveillance using vehicles.
Our surveillance course is designed for people who will be conducting covert surveillance where the subject of the surveillance is likely walk or use public transport.
The Rural Surveillance course is designed to allow operatives to conduct static surveillance in rural environments to gather intelligence or evidence. The training includes how to construct a rural OP in different, covert insertion and safe extraction.
This course allows delegates to understand the difference between anti & counter surveillance.
This course will give you the knowledge, skills and confidence to competently act as a Senior Authorising Officer.
This course examines how RIPA, the IPA and the Protection of Freedoms Act apply in a local authority setting.
This half-day awareness course is designed for anyone that needs some knowledge of the Covert Human Intelligence Sources.
This course is aimed specifically at local authority staff that are required to manage people who meet the statutory definition of a Covert Human Intelligence Source (CHIS).
This course is designed to introduce staff who may be new to CHIS and how to manage a CHIS at a standard level (or core skills level, depending on the terminology your organisation uses).
This course is designed for staff who are required to manage a CHIS as a handler or controller at an advanced (or enhanced) level, depending on the terminology your organisation uses.
This training delivers the theory required to perform the role of CHIS Controller so that delegates can give oversight to the handling of Covert Human Intelligence Sources.
This one-day course will provide delegates with the knowledge and skills to manage covert operations to best practice standards.
This course is designed to maximise the opportunities in identifying and recruiting people to become Covert Human Intelligence Sources (CHIS).
This course is aimed at staff members from investigators to managers who may be required to be involved in the disclosure process.
This course will provide supervisors and managers the tools to manage covert operations to the highest standards.
This 5-day course is designed to allow delegates to undertake a practical training programme in managing covert operations.
This course is designed to ensure that staff managing CHIS maximize the information and intelligence obtained from them.
This one-day course is aimed at anyone that needs an overview of the legislation, policy and guidance surrounding whistleblowing.
This one-day course builds upon the Whistleblowing Awareness course. It is very much focused on the practical aspects of managing a whistleblower to maintain their safety and the safety of the staff dealing with the whistleblower.
This practically based training event rounds off the whistleblower training. The whole day is given over to practical exercises, using role-players to put the theory into practice.
This training offers 2-day modules, covering how to conduct interviews with suspects and witnesses using the PEACE model.
This training is designed to allow investigators (operating at PIP1) to conduct interviews with suspects and witnesses for investigations into volume and priority crimes.
This course is designed to equip investigators with the knowledge and skills to conduct interviews with suspects, victims, or witnesses in serious and complex investigations.
This training is the pinnacle of interview training and is designed to provide investigators with the knowledge, skills and confidence to interview the majority of witnesses, victims or suspects.
This course is designed for experienced interviewers that want to perform the role of the interview advisor. (This course was formerly referred to as Tier 5).
This course is designed to equip delegates with the knowledge and skills to interview children or vulnerable adults as part of a criminal investigation.
The course has been specifically designed to enable delegates to understand and explore the remit and the requirements placed upon them when they are required to perform the role of the Applicant or Gatekeeper/Monitoring Officer for their organisation,
The course looks at the issues from pre-deployment and planning through to briefing, deployment and post deployment so it covers all of the stages involved in a surveillance operation, from the perspective of the team leader.
The course is designed to ensure that those who may as part of their role have to give evidence, undergo a process of familiarisation or review to gain knowledge of the procedures involved and to enable them to give a coherent account from the witness box.
Our half day course will look at inextricable link between RIPA, CPIA and DPA of legislation and how they apply to you in your organisation
This one-day course is designed to give an in-depth overview of the data protection regime including UK GDPR.
This half-day course is designed to give delegates an understanding of the Freedom of Information Act (FoI) and the Environmental Information Regulations so that they understand how it applies to their organisation.
This half day course is aimed at police officers/staff and staff from other law enforcement agencies that have a working knowledge of the legislation to refresh and update this knowledge.
This course is designed to refresh and update knowledge of the complex area surrounding the disclosure process.
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