This is an intensive and in depth course that will ensure a participant has the knowledge to carry out an effective investigative interview with witness or offender and produce an evidential statement or record of interview to further any investigation.
Elements of the theory will be demonstrated and delegates will participate in short exercises to practise their application.
Interviewing is a practical skill but there is a lot of theory that needs to be understood as a foundation so this is module one of a two module course, each module being one day. Module two provides a case study and role actors with support for delegates to plan and undertake an interview followed by constructive feedback to best enable them to transfer skills to the workplace.
Module two is not included in your booking for module one. Completion of a module one (2018 or previous) is required for attendance on module two.
Registration and refreshments from 9.30, start 10.00, finish 17.30.
This is a longer than normal day to allow time for some practical application.
- How people store and retrieve information
- Importance of interview preparation and how to create a plan
- Factors influencing the timing of an interview, the choice of interview location and the resources that may be necessary to conduct an effective interview
- Distinguish between a productive and counterproductive questions
- Detail and fine grain detail
- Methods for checking the meaning and accuracy of the information provided, and challenging an account
- Construct an accurate structured statement from the investigative interview
- Closing an interview and its importance for the investigative process
Previous comments about the course
Fascinating new insight into recall and questioning
Now aware of the sheer scale of what is needed to gain better info
Hard hitting, intense and well worth while
The best training I’ve been on in thirty years of ROW
Intermediate. The course is designed for people interviewing and statement taking from user evidence for modification orders. The techniques apply equally to enforcement.
Alison Knight Senior partner at DK Training Consultancy. An experienced investigator having held a wide range of operational, training and organisational appointments. Specialising in bespoke advice, training and support for all areas of investigation for the public and private sector.
Speedwell House is an Oxford City Council building located about fifteen minutes walk from the railway station. Car travellers are strongly recommended to use the Park and Ride as parking in central Oxford is at a premium.
Price & Booking
£245 (exc VAT) members
£344 (exc VAT ) non-members
Includes refreshments but does not include lunch (price reduced accordingly). There are shops close by.
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