Free to attend – Three Major Crime CPD events for serving investigators

 

  • Three exclusive events featuring two major crime experts who will present best practice and discuss challenges and opportunities around key themes and issues 

  • Events will discuss the investigation into serial killer Stephen Port, Investigative Decision Making and issues around hard to solve homicides

  • Free to attend for serving investigators only. Access limited due to the confidential nature of the content of the workshops

  • Only book if you are confident of attending. If you book and do not let us know you are unable to attend, you will not quality for future free events

  • Events run from 10am-1.30pm (approximate timing)

  • All events run online Via Teams

  • Booking open for all three events now. To book your free place contact

  • Please note: You will be sent the attendance link a week before the event. Please check your spam folder or search your inbox for The Investigator if you are unable to locate your invite.

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Friday 23rd September: Operation Lilford:

The Investigation of serial killer Stephen Port: challenges, best practice, and key learning with Mark Richards, retiring investigator from the Met Police, case officer on Operation Lilford and SIO trainer.

Free to attend for all LEA and Government agencies, for your free place email info@the-investigator.co.uk and use code 0923

You cannot register with a free email address, ie Gmail, Hotmail, Aol, etc

Friday 7 October: Investigative Decision Making:

Introducing the concept of decision making, how good and bad decision making can impact on your investigation with Mark Richards, retiring investigator from the Met Police and SIO trainer

Free to attend for all LEA and Government agencies, for your free place email info@the-investigator.co.uk and use code 1007

You cannot register with a free email address, ie Gmail, Hotmail, Aol, etc

Friday 4 November: Improving Outcomes in Difficult-to-Solve Homicides: 

Exploring the theories of solvability and assessing whether all homicides can be solved. A look at the potential causes of investigative errors and how mosaicking could improve detection rates with Professor Fiona Brookman, Centre for Criminology, Faculty of Life Sciences and Education, University of South Wales, author of the book 'Understanding Homicide' and chair of the Criminal Investigation Research Network

Free to attend for all LEA and Government agencies, for your free place email info@the-investigator.co.uk and use code 1104

You cannot register with a free email address, ie Gmail, Hotmail, Aol, etc

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