Offence-Related Property Fundamentals II
Course Category: Investigations

Price
$50.00

Content Provider:
RCMP

Language
En/Fr

Length
3 hours

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An understanding of the nature of offence-related property (ORP), its pretrial management and the evidence needed to support forfeiture on conviction is an important tool in dealing with both individual offenders and organized crime groups. This course covers how to identify, deal with and support the forfeiture of ORP, helping candidates develop a basic understanding of such property and how it must be dealt with to comply with the law.

Offence-Related Property Fundamentals II is the second in a three-part series of courses that cover how to identify, deal with and support the forfeiture of ORP, helping learners develop a basic understanding of such property and how it must be dealt with to comply with the law.

The course provides a detailed examination of the statutory provisions for managing ORP, including the procedure and legal tests required to obtain restraint and management orders for seized ORP. It covers the documentation required for management applications and the necessary forms needed after management is ordered.

Learning Objectives

When you have completed this course you will be able to:

  • Define the concepts of management and preservation of ORP
  • Identify the provisions that provide for management and preservation of ORP
  • Identify the pre-trial process, procedures, legal tests and limits associated with these activities as they relate to ORP
  • Identify and complete the necessary forms and reports required for these activities

Target Audience

Sworn Police, Peace Officer / Special Constable

Pre-Requisite

Successful completion of Offence-Related Property Fundamentals I is recommended before taking this course. This course is a prerequisite for Offence-Related Property Fundamentals III.

Content Provider

This course was developed by the RCMP and has been made available to a national police audience via CPKN. This course was developed by Learning and Development and the Proceeds of Crime Branch in consultation with RCMP Legal Services.