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Sustainable Criminal Justice Solutions CIC - Organised Crime

Chandlery Building, School Lane, Southampton, SO31 4NB 

T: +44 (0)2380 454688 E: info@scjs.eu W: scjs.eu

Organised Crime

Enabling an enhanced law enforcement and judicial response to local, national and international organised crime

The SCJS team of experienced trainers will design and deliver an organised crime course that meets the bespoke needs of participants. This extends from understanding how Organised Crime Groups (OCGs) operate, to enabling an effective response to transnational financial crime. SCJS training courses utilise the advanced skills of law enforcement and judicial practitioners.

The SCJS approach facilitates courses which respond to individual and organisation requirements. It delivers training that imparts specialist knowledge to secure high-quality learning, from the sharing of best practice to the analysis of case studies. Course themes can include the following areas, as well as other specialist subjects (such as the Illegal Wildlife Trade, Organised Child Exploitation and Modern Slavery):

  • Network Analysis
  • OCG Business Profiling
  • Market Analysis
  • Commodity Analysis
  • OCG Business Models
  • Intelligence
  • Intelligence Cycle
  • Collection Plans
  • Decision Making
  • Operational Planning
  • Investigative Interviewing
  • Investigative Strategies
  • Financial Crime

 

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