Private Investigator Training

Private Investigator Training: 50 Hours

$399.95

  • Chapter 1 History Of Private Investigation

    • Section 1. The History Of Private Investigation

    • Section 2. Private Investigation In Ontario

  • Chapter 2 Definitions and Terms

    • Section 3. Criminal Investigation

    • Section 4. Reasonable Grounds

    • Section 5. General Definitions

    • Section 6. Classification of Person Involved

  • Chapter 3 Information Management

    • Section 7. Note Taking, Report Writing, Intelligence

    • Section 8. Note Taking

    • Section 9. Report Writing

    • Section 10. Intelligence

  • Chapter 4 Types of Investigators and Investigations

    • Section 11. Types of Investigations

    • Section 12. Objective Of An Investigation

    • Section 13. Problem Solving Model

    • Section 14. Use Of Discretion

    • Section 15. Order Of Investigators

    • Section 16. Accidents

    • Section 17. Skip Tracing

    • Section 18. Domestic Disputes

  • Chapter 5 Evidence

    • Section 19. Source Of Evidence

    • Section 20. Rules of evidence

    • Section 21. The Ontario and Canada Evidence Act

    • Section 22. Commonly Accepted Approaches To The Collection, Preservation Handling And Sealing Of Audio/Visual Materials

    • Section 23. Admissibility Of Evidence

    • Section 24. Commonly Accepted Approaches To The Collection, Preservation And Presentation Of Evidence

    • Section 25. Evidence Packaging

  • Chapter 6 Analysing Evidence

    • Section 26. Anthropometrics

    • Section 27. Era Identification

  • Chapter 7 Basic Investigative Principles

  • Chapter 8 Investigative Techniques

    • Section 28. Investigative Method

    • Section 29. Anton Piller Orders

  • Chapter 9 Preliminary investigation

  • Chapter 10 Surveillance

    • Section 30. Surveillance Types

    • Section 31. Surveillance Report Example

  • Chapter 11 Investigative Sequence

    • Section 32. Opening an investigation

    • Section 33. Gathering and Following Leads

    • Section 34. Event Reconstruction

    • Section 35. Elimination Process

    • Section 36. Final Reports and billing

    • Section 37. Closing an investigation

  • Chapter 12 Crime Scene Management

    • Section 38. Observing The Scene

    • Section 39. Fixing The Scene

    • Section 40. Search Process

  • Chapter 13 Sudden Death

    • Section 41. Homicide

    • Section 42. Natural Causes

  • Chapter 14 Managing Witnesses

    • Section 43. Evaluating Credibility

    • Section 44. Witness Deception

    • Section 45. Informants

    • Section 46. Children

    • Section 47. Witness Statements Report

    • Section 48. Witness Statement

  • Chapter 15 Interviewing Techniques

    • Section 49. Interview Techniques

    • Section 50. Confessions

  • Chapter 16 Privacy Laws

    • Section 51. Electronic Storage

  • Chapter 17 Principles Of Ethical Reasoning/Decision-Making

    • Section 52. Anti-Racism/ Anti-Discrimination

    • Section 53. Human Rights Commission

    • Section 54. Avoiding Charter Violations

  • Chapter 18 Key Principles Of Communication And Interaction

    • Section 55. Tactical Communication

    • Section 56. Interpersonal Skills

  • Chapter 19 Canadian Legal System

    • Section 57. How Laws Are Made

    • Section 58. How Laws Are Managed

    • Section 59. The Process That Leads To A Person Being Accused, Charged And Convicted.

    • Section 60. Criminal Code Of Canada

    • Section 61. Canadian Criminal Court System

    • Section 62. Elements Of Tort Law In Security Situations

    • Section 63. Municipal By-Laws

  • Chapter 20 Court Preparation
  • This course is only available to Ontario Security Training graduates.

 

 

 

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