Relationship between the Director of Public Prosecutions and the Police in the investigation of Offences - FULLY BOOKED
CPD (Continuing Professional Development)
Resource Person: Mr. Vinod Boolell
Course description: Relationship between the Director of Public Prosecutions and the Police in the investigation of Offences
- The powers of the DPP under section 72 of the Constitution.
- Is the role of the DPP limited to act on police investigations?
- Has the DPP the power to advise the police?
- Who technically is the adviser of the police in matters of investigation?
- Can the DPP interfere in an investigation?
- Can the DPP initiate an investigation?
- Stand of the DPP if he feels an investigation is incomplete.
- Consequences of a badly conducted investigation.
- Refusal of the police to register a complaint by a member of the public- what can the DPP do?
- Delay in police investigations and the power of the DPP to interfere.
Target Audience: Law Practitioners
Seats Available: 90 max
Delivery Mode: online Zoom platform
Note: Seats will be allocated to only those who have settled CPD fees for the academic years 2018-2019 and 2019-2021.
Published on 29 July 2021
- Experience Level:
- Law Practitioners & Legal Officers