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1
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Full Appreciation

A

A lengthy plan that is done for difficult or complex problems

2
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Short Appreciation

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More likely to be a brief list of bullet points on a notebook page and done for urgent or less complicated problems

3
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An appreciation is the mental process, the written plan….

A

Records decision making and shows why a certain course of action was decided

4
Q

Working Rules

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The knowledge and skills learnt from investigator experience.

5
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Hypothesis and why you use them

A

Hypothesis suggest explanations for a group of facts. They can be used to generate lines of inquiry.

6
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In the appreciation technique, what is a factor?

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A statement of truth about a known influence or circumstance.

7
Q

Sequential steps of the Appreciation technique

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Aim, factors, courses open, plan

8
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Statement that best describes investigative mindset

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A principled approach to the way investigators examine material and make appropriate and reasonable decisions.

9
Q

For any investigation you should aim to collect, what?

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The maximum amount of material and examine for its use

10
Q

When is CSV1 required?

A

When there’s a victim, because they entitled to specific services at the court

11
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Principle laid down in the Victims Rights 2002, Police must inform victims what?

A

They are entitled to access to welfare, health, medical or legal services.

12
Q

O/C or suitably tasked person is responsible for preparation of VIS

A

True

13
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Must ascertain early n the initial interview with a victim who has been assaulted…

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The safety of the victim and the seriousness of the offence.

14
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If not subject to orders or restrictions, can a VIS be distributed?

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Yes

15
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VIS is a record of the victims own words about what happened and their opinion of the offender

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False

16
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A victim of a section 29 offence should be advised of their right to be on a VNR….

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At the time of the offenders arrest (if practicable)

17
Q

Intention of the POL 1060 is to…

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Record Police action for the on going physical and emotional safety of the victim

18
Q

When a victim is identified a VIS must be taken when the offender is due in court for sentencing.

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False

19
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When Police are called to a prowler and the victim is a mother and children living alone or an elderly person a victim support referral must be completed.

A

True

20
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Who is responsible for giving the victim of a section 29 offence a POL1065?

A

O/C who arrests and charges the offender.

21
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Police responsibilities to the victim when a section 29 suspect is released on bail?

A

Police must advise all victims as soon as practicable of the outcome and conditions of any bail application

22
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How to ascertain whether a victim has been registered on the VNR?

A

Query the notifications database on the national bulletin board

23
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Define section 29 offences

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Sexual or serious assault resulting in injury, death or being rendered incapable or leading to the having fears for their safety or the safety of their family.

24
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Being on the VNR means the victim will be notified….

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By the agency where the offender is held of any information concerning changes to the offenders bail, release, escape or death.

25
Q

If a special consideration witness refuses to be interviewed but is happy to discuss informally you may still discuss the offence with them and continue to question and clarify information.

A

True

26
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Care must be taken in police interaction with a witness because…

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A witness needs and individual circumstances must be taken into account by an interviewer.

27
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A witness reluctant to give information that will incriminate a friend should be advised of the consequences if they withhold information…

A

False

28
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Is a child or youth under the age of 18years a special consideration witness?

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Yes because their age and maturity level may mean they are vulnerable in an interview situation.

29
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Should an intoxicated witness be considered a special consideration witness.?

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Yes because their ability to give accurate information is affected.

30
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In the engage and explain phase of an interview with a witness who is fearful or distressed about the consequences of making a statement you should….

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Consider their concerns, assess their reasons, discuss with your supervisor if a visually recorded interview is required.

31
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Special consideration witness maybe described as vulnerable. Vulnerable means…

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Susceptible, defenceless, in a weak position.

32
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A special consideration witness is…

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Affected by the nature of the offence or has personal characteristic affecting their ability to communicate easily.