The first part of the course immerses you in the full investigative process, showing how criminal investigations advance naturally and how policing and forensics are related fields. You will learn how the many individuals participating in an inquiry cooperate to accomplish a common objective through this. Along with being taught by knowledgeable instructors with years of experience in the industry, the course also makes use of guest lecturers and webinars to provide you a solid foundation in current practices in criminal investigations and police.
Our rich virtual criminal world, which enables you to position yourself in real-life events, is only one way that this course differs from others. This environment will be smoothly linked with your modules as an additional teaching tool, enabling you to apply the material you learn in classes, seminars, and workshops. As you move through several settings, including crime scenes, the police custody suite, the major incident room, police cells, the courtroom, and the forensics lab, you'll have the chance to assume a variety of investigation positions. This will help you develop knowledge of key procedures and positions within civilian and operational policing as well as criminal investigations as a whole, preparing you for upcoming fieldwork.