CMIP – Certified Medical Investigation Professional

This course emphasis on investigation of specific crimes, the identification of source of information and procedure necessary for the proper handling of evidence. This course is also developing a working knowledge of the steps of investigation beginning with the initial security of crime scene and presentation of evidence and proper testimony in court. It also reinforce, improve investigation and forensic skills.

  1. Define criminal investigation
  2. Identifying the goal of criminal investigation
  3. Identify the characteristic, Qualities, attitude and General conduct of an effective investigator.
  4. Differentiate between preliminary and follow-up investigations.
  5. Documentation crime using field note, sketcher and photography
  6. Demonstrate how to conduct a crime scene search
  7. Demonstrate how to recognized collect, package and preserved evidence
  8. Explain the value of physical evidence in criminal investigation
  9. Differentiate between the different classifications of physical evidence
  10. Explain the role of forensic science in criminal investigation.
  11. Identify the characters of different types of physical evidence.
  12. Summarize the legal aspect of interrogating suspect in police custody
  13. Identify techniques to conduct effective interview and interrogation..
  14. Indentify source of information available to investigations
  15. Identify procedures for conducting photo and lineup.
  16. Explain how to manage criminal information’s.
  17. Identify technique to conduct surveillance.
  18. Indentify the use of psychological and geographic profiling
  19. Different between the different types of violent crimes
  20. Identify the characteristics of violence offenders.
  21. Identify procedure to investigate crime against person
  22. Identify techniques to investigate Medical crime.
  23. Criminology
  24. Identify strategies to conduct specialized investigation
  25. Preliminary investigation
  26. Obtaining and evaluating factual information
  27. Case solution possibilities
  28. Behavior symptom analysis
  29. Preparation and starting interview‘d’
  30. Use of specialize Questioning Techniques
  31. True and False confession
  32. Confession law
  33. Preserving the crime scene physical crisis
  34. Criminal patterns
  35. Interview & interrogations
  36. Finger prints
  37. Surveillance and recording / files
  38. Assault
  39. Sexual assault, rape and Defilement
  40. Homicide
  41. Suicide
  42. Strangulation
  43. Asphyxia
  44. Drown
  45. Bomb explosions
  46. DNA
  47. Distinguish between interview and interrogation
  48. Narcotics and dangerous drugs
  49. Legal procedures in court
  50. Postmortem Examination Report
  51. Abortion
  52. Wounds
  53. Chain of Custody and evidence preservation
  54. Examination of Semen
  55. Law of evidence
  56. Professional ethnics for Forensic Investigators
  57. Steps in Forensic Investigations
  58. Examination of Vagina fluid and stains
  59. The interview room dos and don’ts
  60. Effective Forensic Report Writing
  61. Types of death
  62. Blood analysis
  63. Mechanical Injuries
  64. Motor accident injuries
  65. Toxicology (poisons)
  66. Medical malpractice and negligence