The law of evidence, also known as the rules of evidence, encompasses the rules and legal principles that govern the proof of facts in a legal proceeding. These rules must be followed by law enforcement, legal professionals and the judiciary alike. They are there to protect the rights of defendants and to ensure that trials are fair.
This course will allow delegates to have an understanding of the types of evidence that are available and how they are admissible in criminal and civil proceedings.
At the end of the module participants will be able to:
Preparing evidence for court is an essential skill that investigators require. They must ensure that the evidence is admissible and presented in the appropriate format. Delegates will be able to gain an understanding of the key concepts of evidence and how it has to be presented at court. This will include:
This course is aimed at those conducting investigations whether for a public body, a private corporation or as a sole investigator. It is essential for all those involved in investigation to understand how an investigation is structured and what tools are available to assist them in planning and undertaking new cases.
WRI are an established company who specialise in Brand Protection, Investigation and Training and we have worked with the Police, Trading Standards and a number of well known brands to both protect the rights of the Intellectual Property Owner and to bring to justice those who break the law.
Our trainers are very experienced Retired Police Officers and Trading Standards Officers who have been trained to a senior level within their respective roles.
To find out more about the courses we offer, please download our brochure.