Diplomats and Traffic Fines – Diplomatic Immunity and investigations

STUDENTS ENROLLED

    Course Abstract
    This five day course examines the procedures to be followed when dealing with diplomats who have broken the law.

    Held at a fully appointed and convenient location, this course examines the immunities granted to diplomatic staff and their families as set out in the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations 1961 and the Vienna Convention on Consular Relation 1963. The course also looks at the procedures to be followed by police when dealing with offences apparently committed by a person who claims to have diplomatic immunity.

    Aims and Objectives

    Students will examine ways of dealing with diplomats who have broken the law and understand the protocol to be followed

    At the end of the course the student/participant will be able to:

    • State the convention which details diplomatic immunity
    • Be able to recall why diplomatic immunity is needed
    • Recognise different body language clues
    • Recall the procedures for dealing with Diplomats

    The course is made up of the following units:

    Dealing with diplomats and traffic fines

    The Vienna Convention

    Communication with the public and VIPs

    Delivering service excellence

    Safety procedures for the stopping of vehicles and scene protection

    Practical scenarios involving diplomatic immunity

    PRIVATE COURSE
    • PRIVATE
    • EXPIRED

    UAE Office:

    Abu Dhabi, Khaledia,
    Commercial Bank of Dubai Building,
    Office 801,
    Tel No: + 971 024438080

    London Office:

    The London Policing College
    86-90, Paul Street, London,
    EC2A 4NE, +44 (0) 203 8932314

    The London Policing College is a trading name of Rod Jarman Associates Ltd a Company registered In the United Kingdom No: 07460380; Registered address: 46-54 High Street , Ingatestone, Essex CM4 9DW.

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