Flashcards in Victims, Missing Person & Sudden Death Deck (40):
In the recall stage (stage 2) explain some of the symptoms?
F-Fear and terror
G-Guilt and self blame
G-Great mood shifts
Where do all the initial copies of an initial report for the coroner go and how many forms?
There is a total of 4 forms
POL47 or POL47a
Is a friend of a victim classified as a victim under section 4 of the Victims Right Act 2002?
A victim is advised of their right under what act and what section?
Victim Rights Act 2002 Section 32
What provisions are provided for victims under the Victim Rights Act 2002?
7-courtsey and compassion
8-access to services
11-Inform the victims of services available
51-property held by the Police as evidence must be returned as soon as practical
Under section 12 of the Victim Right Act 2012 what must I do?
D-Date and place of court proceedings
R-Role of the victim as a witness
O-Outcome of proceedings
What is the definition of a victim under the victims rights act 2002?
- a person against whom an offence is committed
- a person who by other means suffers injury, loss or damage to property
- A parent or legal guardian but not the offender
- an immediate family member unless person is convicted
What does section 9 of the Victims Rights Act 2002 cover?
a-meeting the offender
b-victim impact statement
What is a POL1060?
It is a victim contact form
What is a POL1065?
Victim notification system.
What is the golden rule regarding victims?
Treat victims as you would want to be treated
What are the six forms that are needed to be completed with a sudden death file?
POL47-adult coroners report
POL47a-sudden unexplained death infancy
POL265-deceased person certificate
POL265a-deceased identification form
POL268-safeguard deceased property
What inquests are compulsory?
C-cause of death
What act and what section gives the coroner authority over a body to perform post mortem?
Cornors Act 2006
What kind of death need to be reported to the coroner?
C-Cause of death unknown
U-Unnatural or violent death
M-Medical, surgical or dental operation procedure
B-Birth, death or deaths not to be a result preg.
E-Enactment requires the hold of an inquest
Alcoholism and drug addiction Act 1966
Children young person and their Families Act 1989
What agencies do I need to advise when someone dies?
Aircraft-Civil Aviation Authority
Railways-Land and Transport New Zealand
Boat/ship-Maritime New Zealand
Industrial accidents-Occupational Safety and health
Drowning - Police national headquarters
Young persons Death - CYPFS regional director
What must I obtain from the doctor to move the process forward?
A doctors certificate
Which 3 people do I inform when someone dies?
what happens with the property of the deceased?
-complete a POL268
-Station safe for valuables
-Parcels are clearly labeled
-Destroy soiled clothing
what information is compulsory when you attend a death?
When some one dies booklet
What would be a good idea to leave in the bedroom where someone died?
Wallets, watches, rings of the person then a Pol268 is not required
What kind of questions should we ask an informant regarding a missing person?
-Last point of sight
-TED and 5 x W 1 x H
-Reason they have gone missing
-Is this out of character
When a person reports someone missing what form must I give back to them?
POL64 Missing person acknowledgement form
What is a POL61 and what should I do after one is complete?
Is it an urgent response or a routine response
What actions can I take outside the station for a missing person?
-Search the scene thoroughly
-Consult the CIB
What is a Pol 65?
A media broadcast consent form
What will the NIA tell me about a missing person?
If this has happened before
If they have be detained or arrested by the Police at present
Regarding a missing person what is completed every 3 day, 14 days, 30 days, 90 days and every year?
POL62 part B
d-complete POL62 partB
What is included in a missing persons file?
-File cover sheet
-Missing person POL62
-Missing persons POL62 part B
What happens when a missing person is located?
a-I need to be satisfied that they are the person
b-Advise the informant
c-If child abuse indicators advise CYPS
What are the categories of missing persons?
3-Lost due to an event
A missing person is what?
F-Fears are held for safety
How do you decide whether genuine fears should be held for someones safety?
Z-zones of safety
Who can report a missing person to the Police?
What is a POL62 PartA?
A missing persons report
What does EF Marsh say about a victim?
"the emotional trauma or invisible wound is least evident and understood but often the most brutal effect of crime"
What are the DONT'S with victims?
-Say that you know how they feel
-Touch or hold them inappropriately
-Talk over them
What are some of the DO'S for victims?
-Only the victims words
-Silence is not negative
-Introduce and welcome
-Interview them as soon as possible
-Only ask simple questions
-State in your own words
-Non verbal cues
-Help victim make further contact
-Only open questions
Regarding stage 1 "The impact stage" what are some of the symptoms?
F-Feelings of Unreality