Agriculture, Environment & Animal Care
Qualifications
Vocational Qualifications
Catering, Hospitality & Leisure
Qualifications
Vocational Qualifications
Childcare & Education
Qualifications
Access to HE
Apprenticeships
Vocational Qualifications
Construction, Engineering & Manufacturing
Creative, Design & Digital
Education & Training
Qualifications
Professional Development
English & Maths
Qualifications
English & Maths
Essential Digital Skills
Qualifications
Digital Qualifications
Hair & Beauty
Qualifications
Vocational Qualifications
Health, Science & Social Care
Qualifications
Access to HE
Apprenticeships
Vocational Qualifications
Life Skills & Progression
Qualifications
Digital Qualifications
Personal & Social Development
Personal and Professional Development
Qualifications
Digital Qualifications
Personal & Social Development
Professional Development
Vocational Qualifications
Public & Protective Services
Qualifications
Access to HE
Vocational Qualifications
Safeguarding & Wellbeing
Qualifications
Sales, Marketing & Retail
Supporting SEND
Qualifications
Personal & Social Development
Professional Development
Transport & Logistics
Qualifications
Access to HE
Vocational Qualifications

Overview

Framework:
RQF
Level:
Level 2
Unit No:
T/616/8408
Credits:
3
Guided learning hours:
24 hours

Assessment Guidance

Portfolio of Evidence

Unit Learning Outcomes

1

Know about the impact of criminal behaviour.

  • Impact includes: financial, physical, physiological.Increased burdens on local authority, NHS, police and multi agencies. Anticipation of crime and consequence of crime.
  • Types of victim includes: individuals, groups, neighbourhoods, business, property.

Assessment Criteria

  • 1.1
    Describe the impact of crime on different types of victim (e.g. individual, groups, businesses).
  • 1.2
    Describe the impact of criminal behaviour on wider society, including the financial implications.

2

Know about victim support.

Public services include: police, probation, prison, support groups e.g. Victim Support, witness care, specialist shelters e.g. domestic abuse, rape victims.

Assessment Criteria

  • 2.1
    Describe the role of public services in assisting and supporting different victims.

3

Know about crime reduction.

  • Crime reduction organisations include: Neighbourhood watch, community policing,
  • Partnership working / initiatives include: Crime and Disorder Act 1998, Antisocial Behaviour Orders (ASBO), neighbourhood schemes, tagging and curfews, CCTV schemes, prevent strategy.

Assessment Criteria

  • 3.1
    Describe the role of different organisations in working to reduce crime, including partnership-working between agencies.

4

Know about the methods used to report and record crime.

  • Crime reporting process includes: customer/ victim focussed, auditable databases, crime classifications, signposting available support services
  • National Crime reporting standards include: standardisation between services, victim orientated, recording information, data control, accuracy, relevancy, timely
  • Crime Scene Investigation includes: forensic sciences, fingerprinting and DNA collection, recording, forensic chain management, photography
  • National intelligence Model includes: intelligence led policing, trends, offender targeting, laws and powers, National Police Database, Management of Police Intelligence (MoPI), Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA), sharing with other organisations.

Assessment Criteria

  • 4.1

    Outline the crime-reporting process as set out in the national crime reporting standards.

  • 4.2
    Describe the crime recording process, including the role of the Crime Scene Investigation Unit.
  • 4.3
    Outline the key purposes of the National Intelligence model.

5

Know about the management of offenders.

  • Penalties, sanctions and sentences include: cautions, custodial sentences, fines, community work
  • Key bodies include: prison service, probation service, youth teams, National Offender Management Service, NHS services such as mental health, alcohol and drugs programmes, domestic abuse services.

Assessment Criteria

  • 5.1
    Describe the different penalties, sanctions and sentences that an offender might receive.
  • 5.2
    Describe the role of key bodies involved in offender management.

Offer our Qualifications

If you would like to teach our qualifications to your learners, submit an enquiry to discuss the best options.

Learners and students

Your questions answered

Learner Info