By Jane Tyrer, David Lawton, David Lawson
This booklet covers the legislations Societys Occupational criteria in felony perform for the NVQ in felony Litigation. The reader is taken during the numerous phases linked to facing felony consumers. Why details is required from consumers and its implications, whilst info can be given by means of or to the buyer and the standards that have an effect on the recommendation to receive are coated in a pragmatic context.
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Officers Custody officers, investigating officers. Method of consultation By telephone, in person. EVIDENCE You will need to produce the specific pieces of performance evidence listed below. In addition, you will need to demonstrate that you have achieved the objectives specified at the beginning of this unit. You may do this by producing further pieces of evidence from real and simulated performance, by answering questions posed by your assessor or by passing a written examination. You will need to provide evidence of: 1 2 3 4 having challenged refusals of access to clients on at least one occasion; having documented investigations of custody records on three occasions; having persisted in obtaining information from an investigating officer where it was initially denied, on two occasions; having made representations concerning bail conditions imposed by the police on at least one occasion.
2 below). All your negotiations should be recorded, as should any information obtained or supplied. In particular, you must carefully record the requests you made for access in your attendance note, or log all instances of refusal or delay to access to your client, and the reasons given for refusal or delay. 30 The right of a person in police custody (or voluntarily attending the police station) to seek confidential advice from a legal adviser is safeguarded by PACE 1984, section 58 and Code C.
If questioning takes place contrary to PACE 1984, any damaging information obtained from your client is unlikely to be admissible in court. 22 PREVIOUS CONTACT WITH THE POLICE You will need to know whether the client has had previous dealings with the police, either in connection with the present matter or generally. This is useful in giving you an overview of more than the present matter: there may have been a long history or investigation, or the incident may have arisen suddenly. It will also give you useful background information to assess how familiar your client is with police station procedures, whether s/he has a justifiable grievance about police behaviour, whether the client’s reputation may have led to him/her being wrongly suspected, and whether police identification of him/her is likely to be accurate as s/he is well known.
Criminal Litigation (NVQ) by Jane Tyrer, David Lawton, David Lawson