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liamlewis

SCENARIO

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liamlewis

Looking for the acronym SCENARIO and what it means any ideas ?

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Billy Blue Tac

Do you know the context? 

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liamlewis

Searches of scenes and scene preservation

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Sceptre

It's a tool for structuring searches, used by POLSAs and the like. 

Specify item sought 
Confirm last location 
Establish circumstances of disappearance 
Note factors influencing discovery 
Analyse possible scenarios 
Raise search strategies 
Identify priority search 
Ongoing reassessment 

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liamlewis

Sceptre, that a great help. Have you anything that could explain each step ?

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Sceptre
Just now, liamlewis said:

Sceptre, that a great help. Have you anything that could explain each step ?

Afraid not, the Search APP is protectively marked so I can't link to it here. You could have a look at that from a job computer, or ask a POLSA or LSO to point you towards the search manual. 

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H-H

You wouldn’t happen to be doing NOS would you?

I’m pretty sure I wrote one on this, I’ll have a look through them later and see if I can find it

If that is what it’s for, pls remind me of the unit number as that will save a lot of time

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H-H
You wouldn’t happen to be doing NOS would you?

I’m pretty sure I wrote one on this, I’ll have a look through them later and see if I can find it

If that is what it’s for, pls remind me of the unit number as that will save a lot of time


Although having seen sceptres post I’m not going to risk it if it’s protectively marked, sorry mate

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stewie_griffin

Is it me, or does the 'N' seem a bit contrived?!

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Billy Blue Tac
8 hours ago, stewie_griffin said:

Is it me, or does the 'N' seem a bit contrived?!

Yep, it does a bit so it's not just you!

However "Note" also acts as a prompt to ensure relevant material is recorded for Disclosure purposes under CPIA.

 

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11 hours ago, stewie_griffin said:

Is it me, or does the 'N' seem a bit contrived?!

@stewie_griffin I’m with you there, when i think back over the last forty [and more] years  i must have had scores of these acronym  things to try and remember at our training . Its maybe not so bad if policing is your day job but for me as a special there wasnt many that i could recall in their entirety straight  off. I was always thinking to myself what does the “ “A” [or whatever] stand for, it just didnt trigger the line of info. Then again i didnt pass the first half  of my eleven plus either so maybe its just me.  I could remember the main definitions  such as theft, aggravated burglary,firearm/ammunition  etc,   but when it came to some of these so called learning aids it was a different story. 

I soon hit on a cunning plan though, i saved a lot of the most important info which i thought might come in useful on a few pieces of paper and put  them around the inside leather rim of my cap. These included the acronyms i had difficulty with.

Its a piece of cake for new specials now perhaps. it wouldnt surprise me that if now when someone wants the complete definition of say aggravated burglary at the drop of a hat, all thye need to do is say ‘aggravated burglary’into their ipad or mobile, then it comes up with it, [hopefully]. It makes me green with envy  that we didnt have suchlike in the seventies/eighties because as i may have said before, i like every edge i can get. 

Speaking of the aggravated burglary acronym, that's one i had no difficulty in recalling even now when i am retired, ie,committing burglary and having your W.I.F.E with you. Of course in  these politically correct times the tutor  wouldn't get away with  making  a joke out of it in your weekly evening lesson. But “partner” wont fit.😀.Rich.

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Sceptre, that a great help. Have you anything that could explain each step ?
download the pfd files from the Ncalt page. I don't know your force but on GMP one you can get the CoP Pdfs on each topic. pretty good for doing the PIA Diploma.

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