Excalibur Investigations

Surveillance Methods & RIPA 2000

Surveillance Methods
& RIPA 2000

how to conduct a surveillance

how to manage a surveillance

Regulation of Investigatory
Powers Act 2000

Human Rights Act 1998

training courses


In-house Training Courses

Surveillance Methods & RIPA 2000

Understanding the importance of how to conduct and manage a surveillance operation within the guidelines of The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 is essential for investigating officers, particularly as it has followed in the wake of The Human Rights Act 1998.

RIPA has been described as providing 'modern day law enforcement tools for modern day technologies' and it is important for officers to know how and when the act could affect their investigations within a local authority context.

The aim of this one day course is to provide investigating officers with the necessary knowledge and expertise to ensure surveillance operations are conducted with reference to the appropriate guidelines and protocols as defined by The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000.

In-house Training Courses

In-house courses save you the cost of sending your staff off-site. This is particularly cost effective when you have a number of staff that require training.

Courses available (click title for course outline):

  • Surveillance Methods & RIPA 2000
  • Basic Surveillance Methods
  • PACE & Criminal Investigations
  • The Effective Witness
  • Interviewing Under Caution
  • Effective Prosecution Skills
  • Preparing a Prosecution File
  • Maximising the Courts' Sentencing Options

Contact Excalibur Investigations for further information on in-house training.


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