Evidence-based police training: the bedrock of effective criminal investigation?

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O'Neill, M. and Jones, D. 2018. Evidence-based police training: the bedrock of effective criminal investigation? in: Milne, R. and Griffiths, A. (ed.) The psychology of criminal investigation: from theory to practice Routledge.
AuthorsO'Neill, M. and Jones, D.
EditorsMilne, R. and Griffiths, A.
Abstract

This chapter discusses the issue of investigative training in the context of the evidence based policing paradigm within the UK, USA and Canada. These jurisdictions are at different developmental points, although arguably the UK has made significant advances within the last few years.This chapter asks the question to what extent does evidence based police training inculcate crime investigators with the appropriate knowledge skills and understanding to be able to carry out their role effectively?

Year2018
Book titleThe psychology of criminal investigation: from theory to practice
PublisherRoutledge
Output statusPublished
Edition1st edition
ISBN9781138639416
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Print17 May 2018
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Deposited23 Jan 2018
Accepted23 Oct 2017
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