Investigation

The Council has facilitated the identification of investigative competencies in 21 common roles utilized by police services. These Include both direct investigation functions at the “investigator” and “senior investigator” levels, as well as investigative support roles

Key Investigative Roles

Sexual Assault – investigator and senior investigator roles
Child Abuse – investigator and senior investigator roles
Counter-terrorism – investigator and senior investigator roles
Domestic Violence– investigator and senior investigator roles
Drug Enforcement – investigator and senior investigator roles
Financial Crime – investigator and senior investigator roles
Homicide – investigator and senior investigator roles
Organized Crime – investigator and senior investigator roles

Key Investigative Support Roles

Bloodstain Pattern Analyst
Criminal Intelligence Analyst
Digital Forensic Analyst
Fingerprint Identification Analyst
Forensic Photography Analyst

For more information on the competency profiles for these roles and other workstreams please contact the Council at the address below.

PLEASE NOTE: The detailed CBM (Competency-based Management) materials are the Intellectual Property of Canadian Policing and are ONLY available to police services and organizations supporting them. To access these materials contact the Canadian Police Knowledge Network by email at competencies@cpkn.ca