Learn how major case investigative teams provide increased capabilities beyond any one individual agency. Examine the advantages of leveraging resources through the development of multi-agency collaborative rapid response investigative teams to increase effectiveness, efficiency, secondary case clearance and networking. Gain supervision techniques for managing the team, and effective current investigative techniques for homicides, search and canvass, suspect interrogation and court preparation.
A major case investigative team is a collaborative effort involving multiple law enforcement agencies within adjacent or overlapping jurisdictions. Similar to a task force, the MCIT focuses on major crimes such as homicides and violent crimes, and as determined by the governing agencies. A major case investigative team allows for the concentration of investigative resources beyond the capabilities of any individual agency with the common goals of higher case resolution and increased public safety. Law enforcement, crime scene professionals, prosecutors, and social service professionals working to create rapid response resources to incidents of major crimes are encouraged to attend this training.
Upon completion of this training, you will be able to: • Leverage new tools and techniques for developing a multi-jurisdictional major case investigations team • Increase effectiveness and efficiency through leveraging of multi agency resources • Demonstrate effective investigative techniques