Investigation and Regulation
For investigators, regulators, enforcement officers and managers.
Delegates are guided through a complete investigation from identification of a contravention to prosecution and cross-examination in court.
To enable delegates to investigate contraventions of the act’s they enforce.
Core Topic Areas
- Legal powers, duties and responsibilities
- Investigation best practice
- Investigation planning
- Evidence gathering, evaluation and continuity
- Taking contemporaneous notes
- Writing and taking witness statements
- Interviewing witnesses and defendants
- Collecting and managing information and evidence
- Serving statutory enforceable documents
- Informing persons and organisations of circumstances
- Producing a case file to show offences committed
- Presenting evidence, facing cross examination in Court
- Human Rights Act 1998
- Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998 (Whistleblower)
- Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 and Codes of Practice (PACE)
- Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA)
- Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996 (CPIA)
- National guidance documents and MG forms
- BIS Regulators’ Code
Fire Safety Order Investigations
For those who investigate and regulate contraventions of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005, see Fire Safety Enforcement course
Course work is assessed to National Occupational Standards.
Dates and prices
|2018||Mon 17th Sep → Fri 21st Sep|
|2019||Mon 8th Apr → Fri 12th Apr|
Mon 16th Sep → Fri 20th Sep
|Delegate cost||£1080 + VAT|
|Location||Yarnfield, Stone, Staffordshire|
Understand the laws and contraventions to which they investigate, regulate and enforce.
Sessions will be delivered using PowerPoint, flipchart, interactive group discussion, individual tuition and practical exercises including role play with actors, cross examination by a lawyer in a Magistrates Court.
In groups (syndicates) of up to 4, delegates investigate a different reconstructions of FSO contraventions. Actors feature in this skills-based practice.
Delegates must complete workbooks within six weeks of course completion.
NOS: National Occupational Standards
This course includes the national assessment criteria for investigation, case file preparation and appearing in court.