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1
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What are the 8 steps of the Systematic Approach?

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Victim/Informant, Appreciation, Witness, Scene, Exhibits, Ingredients, Powers, Offender

2
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What factors should be considered when carrying out an appreciation?

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Whats my goal? How do I achieve it? What are some alternative options? What’s the BEST option? Are there safety issues? Do I need assistance? How much time do I have? What resources are available to me?

3
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Why is flexibility required when using the Systematic Approach?

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Order may not suit every situation - may not be possible in every situation. Key point is to cover all aspects of each step.

4
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What are the four open types of questions?

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TEDS - Tell me, Explain, Describe, Show me…

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What are the six basic probing questions?

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What, Where, When, Who, How, Why?

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What should you consider when you talk to people/examine crime scenes?

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Do the stories add up? Are the stories possible? Does the physical evidence support stories? Are the ingredients for an offence here?

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What principles of the Prevention First strategy can be applied to the Systematic Approach?

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Deploying to beat demand, Understanding and responding to drivers of crime, Changing the mindset of our people - all of them.