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Blackstone's Senior Investigating Officers' Handbook (Blackstones Handbooks) [Paperback]

Tony Cook , Andy Tattersall

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6 May 2014 Blackstones Handbooks
Blackstone's Senior Investigating Officers' Handbook is designed specifically to meet the quick-reference needs of any officer conducting a serious investigation. The only portable step-by-step guide to the processes and actions involved in the role of a Senior Investigating Officer (SIO), it explains all the relevant procedures and instructions integral to the position in a clear and accessible style.

Now in its third edition, this Handbook takes you through all the stages inherent to an SIO's role: from management and leadership, decision making, writing policy books to the initial response and crime scene management, conducting searches, applying investigative strategies, managing victims, suspects and witnesses, family liaison and conducting death investigations and sudden infant deaths.

Whether you conduct, review or take a professional interest in major and serious crime investigations, this title will be an invaluable resource. Commonly referred to as the 'must have' reference book, it is a highly practical tool for any SIO or prospective SIO.

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This handbook will be an essential reference tool for any investigating officer. Whether you conduct, review, or take a professional interest in major crime investigations, or whether you are studying for the national police promotion examinations, this title is an invaluable resource. (Andy Day)

About the Author

Former Detective Superintendent Tony Cook was a Senior Investigating Officer with Greater Manchester Police and is now a PIP Level III & IV accredited Regional SIO Advisor working for the National Crime Agency. His role involves advising SIOs and enquiry teams on best practice, useful techniques and procedures and is engaged in supporting numerous UK high profile serious and complex crime cases. He delivers training inputs to SIODP, DIDP and IMSC courses and is an active member of the International Homicide Investigators Association (IHIA). He has written published articles relating to major crime investigation, is the co-author of Blackstone's Crime Investigators' Handbook and an administrator for the Major Crime Investigation community on PoLKA.

Andy Tattersall, formerly Detective Superintendent in the Greater Manchester Police on the Force Major Incident Team, retired in 2007 after 33 years' service and became the first ever Support Staff SIO in charge of a new Homicide Support Unit. A career detective with over 29 years in CID at all ranks, Andy is recognised locally and nationally as one of the most experienced investigators in the UK, holding the position of SIO for eleven years. He has led over 300 murder investigations, including gangland shootings, child homicides, hospital deaths, no-body murders and the prosecution of terrorist Kamal Bourgass for the murder of Special Branch Detective Stephen Oake in 2003.Andy received the Homicide Working Group National Award for his Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Homicide in November 2006.

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