1. Crime and Investigative Practice 2. The Development of Investigative Practice 3. Criminal Law and Policy 4. Information 5. The Techniques of Investigation 6. The Investigation Process and Investigative Decision Making 7. The Supervision of Criminal Investigation 8. How Crimes get Solved 9. Conclusion
Peter Stelfox is Head of Investigative Practice at the National Policing Improvement Agency, UK.
'Professionalising the investigation of the crime by the police in the UK has been one of the largely untold stories of the last decade. This book changes that. It shows how new standards have been introduced, how improvement is being embedded and how a part of the police service not known for being in the vanguard of change has quietly moved there. Most importantly the book is written by a professional who has already played a key part in the change and who is well placed to continue to do so.' ae' Peter Neyroud, Chief Constable and Chief Executive, National Policing Improvement Agency, UK