Investigative decision making: missing people and sexual offences, crossroads to an uncertain future
Alys, L., Massey, K. and Tong, S. 2012. Investigative decision making: missing people and sexual offences, crossroads to an uncertain future.
|Authors||Alys, L., Massey, K. and Tong, S.|
In recent years detective competence and particularly investigative decision making has been subject to serious criticism and a number of high profile reviews. Concerns around investigative competence do not just focus around decisions made on the ground but police attitudes to certain crimes. This paper examines police decision making in the context of missing people and sexual violence and identifies challenges in the development of investigative competence in the context of police budget cuts and substantial reform.
|Conference||International Academy of Investigative Psychology - 14th International Conference London 2012|
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|Deposited||11 Dec 2012|
|Completed||05 Dec 2012|
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