Course Code: PSI 155
Academic Year: 2021-2022
This course teaches students about the basic theory and practice of investigations in the public and private sectors. Students study core investigative processes including, note taking, report writing, case preparation, interviewing and statement taking. Students also learn about such issues as the continuity of evidence; public/private distinctions in the powers of arrest; search and seizure; death investigations; and the role that forensic science can play in criminal and civil investigations.