This interactive course prepares Investigators to deal with modern security phenomena while complying with United Nations Human Rights Legislation and Standards. This course can be adapted for any policing environment requiring compliance with United Nations ethical standards.
This five day course is intended for Detectives and Investigators operating in Police and other environments. The course is interactive and in addition to the input provided draws on the experience of the students to place it into relevant context. There are a number of case studies of real life Security Phenomena incidents including Cyber Crime Organised Crime and Terrorism. It can be supplied to any country or organisation seeking to bring its Investigation Practices and Standards concerning these incidents up to those required under United Nations International Law and Procedures.
At the end of the course participants will:
• Understand the concept of organised crime
• Be able to recognise security phenomena when they take place
• Understand the concept of human security
• Understand the international aspect of security events
• Understand human rights and security
• Understand the factors that make terrorism unique among organised crime types
• Be able to plan investigations around security phenomena
The course is made up of the following units:
Monitoring Security Phenomena
Spotlight on organised crime
International aspects of security phenomena
Security events and human rights
Investigating security events
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