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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.

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