Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1994
Correct disclosure of unused material remains a crucial part of a fair trial and is essential to avoiding miscarriages of justice. Disclosure continues to be one of the most important and complex issues in the criminal justice system and yet despite being in existence since 1994, remains one of the most misunderstood and incorrectly applied pieces of legislation.
This one-day training course is aimed at anyone that works to the rules of disclosure under the Criminal Procedures & Investigations Act 1996. It informs delegates about the Code of Practice, the Disclosure Manual and other recognised guidance that affects the disclosure regime. The course also examines the impact of other legislation on the disclosure regime such as the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act, the Investigatory Powers Act and the Data Protection Act.