Identification of Suspects and Verification of Identity

LPC 06016

0 STUDENTS ENROLLED

    Course Title: Identification of Suspects and Verification of Identity

    Course Abstract

    This interactive course will develop candidates’ ability to successfully identify people and suspects using documentary, biometric, digital and physical evidence. In a modern world where identity is important it is essential that investigators can be assured of the identity of people they are investigating and be able to present the evidence of identity in court and judicial proceedings.

    Participants will work through a series of cases to develop not only an understanding of how identity can be verified but also the skills to establish identity quickly and effectively.  The course will also consider how digital identities are created and used by criminals to support their activities.

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    Aims and Objectives

    This course aims to provide investigators the skills to accurately and reliable identify suspects and present that effectively in court

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

    • Explain biometrics used in identification
    • Describe documents that maybe used in identification
    • Carry out a range of simple tests to check the validity of documents
    • Effectively use more complex scientific process to test biometric and documentary data
    • Use simple AFIS systems
    • Take samples for DNA testing
    • Present the evidence from this effectively in court or judicial proceedings
    • Carry out street identification procedures in line with the appropriate codes of practice
    • Fulfil the roles of the investigator in an identity parade or other formal identification process
    • Create and use suspect photographic albums for witness identification in line with the appropriate codes of practice
    • Develop and carry out an investigative strategy for managing a suspect identified through physical marks, biometrics or other means
    • [For suitably candidates] carry out identification procedures in line with the appropriate codes of practice

    Learning Outcomes

    The following National Occupational Standards apply:

    You must be able to gather and assess the available information and intelligence, conduct a risk assessment, identify and preserve the initial scene(s), and identify and deal with evidence. You must also be able to develop initial lines of enquiry and deal with any victim(s), witnesses and suspects appropriately. In addition, you will need to ensure that the appropriate people are briefed about the status of the investigation to maintain continuity.

    Conduct investigations –  SFJCEC2G2

     

    You must be able to gather and assess the available information and intelligence, conduct a risk assessment, identify and preserve the initial scene(s), and identify and deal with material. You must also be able to develop initial lines of enquiry and deal with any victim(s), witnesses and suspects appropriately. In addition, you will need to ensure that the appropriate people are briefed about the status of the investigation to maintain continuity.

    This unit is applicable to the investigation of all types of priority and volume incidents.

    Conduct priority and volume investigations – SFJKCI101

    PRIVATE COURSE
    • PRIVATE
    • 1 week, 3 days

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