Welcome to the Centre for Investigative Learning resource area. Here you will find key information, additional education materials and industry updates so that following your course you can continue to develop your skills and increase your knowledge.
interesting article and comments by well respected specialists in the field of proactive risk management.Read More
Empathy is regarded as a key component of effective communication. But can we learn to be empathetic?Read More
Perpetuity Research and the Police Foundation in a study supported by the Dawes Trust have just released research regarding the impact of serious organised crime on UK communities.Read More
A recent decision made in the case of SFO v ENRC  EWHC 1017 wI'll be of particular interest to those involved in internal investigations.Read More
a thought provoking article about the perils of doing the right thingRead More
Interrogation vs Interviewing an excellent article by Bloomberg examines the differences.Read More
We all tend to believe ourselves honest and beyond reproach however this may not actually be the case .Read More
An important and timely article by David Clarke of CFILs Strategic partners.Read More
On the 9th March 2017 a press statement issued by a US interview and interrogation company Wicklander Zurwalski Could prove to be a significant moment in investigative interviewing.Read More
The Centres Bob Pointer recently contributed an article to Today Advisory on the use of emojis in online text and messages.Read More
Definitely recommend, think it is a course everyone on anti-trust should attend. Surpassed all of my expectations and showed me things I had not even realised I did not know
The course was really useful tool for introduction to fraud investigation. its far more practical thinking and doing rather than being lectured and note taking
Very professional (they) understand how investigators behave. Good application of recognised learning methods and implementation in an innovative way
A course which takes you on a journey from the basics of communication through being able to look for verbal and non verbal signs.It is challenging at times and thought provoking and anyone attending from an investigative background will take something from it
I found the course thought provoking and indeed has made me change a few areas in my interview technique.The interviewees were also excellent.
If you want a different approach to an introduction to fraud investigation this is it.
Good and different ways of planning recording and actioning fraud investigations.
Would definitely recommend the course as it will be very useful in my job working with families. I will also use this when working with my colleagues too.
I liked the interactivce sessions and the practicals brought the learning to life
Great course, really convincing approach to sympathetically and most importantly getting the right outcome for the bank and colleague.
Very interesting and informative. Gave ideas of how to get answers in conversations without being direct
The course gives a really useful and valuable insight to our own behaviours and those of others