TRAINING COURSE DATES
Vehicle Forensic Recovery Course
Vehicle Identification Course
Plant & Agricultural Machinery Theft Course
VEHICLE FORENSIC RECOVERY COURSE
This Datatag Vehicle Forensic Award Course is accredited with the IMI (Institute of the Motor Industry).
It has been specially designed in order to replace an essential skillset which has been gradually eroded over several years of cutbacks within the police service. With the demise of stolen vehicle squads throughout the UK, the aim of this course is to re-introduce and re-train officers in a cost effective manner. This one day course will appeal to wide range of law enforcement personal such as vehicle examiners, ports officers, RPU officers and rural crime officers, PCSO’s or any LEO who is likely to come into contact with stolen vehicles.
VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION COURSE
This Datatag Vehicle Identification Award Course is accredited with the IMI (Institute of the Motor Industry).
The course came from a demand from operational Police officers needing a greater understanding and confidence of what they were looking at when stopping vehicles. The course covers most aspects of detailed identification, whether it is a physical inspection or one that is only seen in one dimention. With the demise of law enforcement staff throughout the UK with Stolen Vehicle experience, the aim of this course is to introduce and train students in a cost effective manner.
IMI AWARD IN PLANT AND AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY THEFT AWARENESS AND IDENTIFICATION
This course will provide the officer with the knowledge to select, and correctly identify a piece of suspect machinery, whether it be on patrol, road check, raid or port and is accredited with the IMI (Institute of the Motor Industry).
This course would appeal to a wide sector of personal within law enforcement such as roads policing, ports, customs, FIB, PCSOs, SOCO, vehicle examiners, etc. After the course, each officer will leave having the confidence to stop, examine and deal with a piece of plant or agricultural machinery effectively.