Cash in Transit - Crime, response, risk management and equipment
Cash in Transit – Crime, response, risk management and equipment
Code LPC 06000
To increase student’s understanding of the process of cash and valuables in transit (CVIT) from service providers and be able to risk assess and react to multiple scenarios involving CVIT operations, including breakdown, accident and criminality, including initial action at a crime scene.
This five day course will enhance student’s awareness of potential vulnerabilities during ‘across the pavement’ deliveries and using the ‘problem solving’ crime prevention model, identify such vulnerabilities and act accordingly. Students will learn about the problem solving triangle and SARA and how to apply it to real life situations as case studies during practical sessions. The course will cover the various situations of vulnerability for cash in transit such as; accident, breakdown, cash transfer, robbery and hijack.
Aims and Objectives
The course will increase student’s understanding of the process of cash and valuables in transit (CVIT) from service providers and enable participants to risk assess and react to multiple scenarios involving CVIT operations, including breakdown, accident and criminality, including initial action at a crime scene
At the end of the course the student/participant will be able to:
- Explain cash in transit (CIT) operations and employment criteria for CIT employees.
- Identify types of vehicles used for CIT.
- Understand method of cash deliveries.
- Utilise Crime prevention model (Offender/Victim/Location) at a basic level to identify areas of vulnerability
- Understand UAE Legislative and procedural policies that relate to CVIT processes (provided by UAE Police Training)
- Undertake basic risk assessments and use the ‘UK National Decision-Making Model’ to develop tactical options to support CIT operations in the event of; Road traffic accident (rural/urban/fast road), Breakdown of CIT vehicle, Criminality (robbery/hijack).
- Deploy basic scene management in the event of any of the above scenarios.
The course is made up of the following units:
National Decision-Making Model
First Steps at the scene of a crime