Sancus was founded in 2009 by Mick Turner and Tony Hester, former senior police officers in the UK, both with extensive careers in running high level investigations and serious crimes. Our ambition was to create a firm that concentrated on developing and delivering practical investigation training for those included in the criminal justice system, and we are now the leading, dedicated supplier of Investigative Skills Training and Investigation & Review Services in the UK. We supply a large diversity of investigative abilities training courses suitable for all levels, delivered by highly qualified area experienced educators with practical information of mixed investigations. All Sancus courses are designed in consultation with our customers to provide that the training is personalized to an organization’s necessaries. Our quality assurance system ensures exacting standards are maintained, giving clients complete reliance in our training and delivery. Sancus also deliver investigation and review services across a number of expert fields and are leading experts in undertaking Mental Health Homicide and Serious Incident Investigations for NHS England and Domestic Homicide Reviews led by Community Safety Partnerships. We offer a confidential, sensitive and independent approach to investigations, working with trusted investigators who are issue matter professionals, known to us personally and through reputation. We bring years of high-level Investigation experience across all disciplines to deliver current, high quality accredited Investigative Training and Investigation Services to both public and private sectors.
We goal to be the supplier of choice in the UK for Investigation Training and Investigation and Review Services to both public and private sectors.
We believe in:
- Integrity – being honest and telling it how it is
- Professional competence – experience and abilities is everything
- Pragmatism – being business like and realistic in all that we do
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