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VR19 Course
Preservation of Evidence
in Vehicle Recovery 


How many spaces would you like to book?
How would you like to complete the course?
  • 1/2 day Online Course with instructor 

  • Course can also be delivered in person to include practical loading/unloading of vehicle (7 hour course) - Contact us for this option

  • Maximum of 6 spaces available on this course - Available on first come first served basis.


  • Course is certified by the IVR (Institute of Vehicle Recovery)                                         and satisfies PAS43, NHSS 17, Police contract requirements

  • To join the course you will simply login via Zoom from the link which we send to you along with all other information such as start time ect

  • Online course Cost = £145pp IVR Certification included


  • Driver CPC hours can be claimed from in person 7 hour courses - this must be pre registered before the course - please let us know when booking if you would like to add CPC hours - a DVSA/IVR charge of £30pp applies. 

You can book yourself onto the next upcoming course below - We will then confirm the booking and send you all the details you need, You can also complete and send this form to book a course at your site.

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Upcoming VR19 Preservation of Evidence Courses


On successful completion of this course, certificates are provided  accredited/recognized by the IVR (Institute of Vehicle Recovery), NHSS 17/17(b) & PAS 43.This course can also count towards Driver CPC training hours if requested at time of booking.

Preservation of Evidence Course

VR19 provides recovery technicians with the information required to enable them to recover a vehicle on behalf of the Police without contaminating or damaging vital evidence required to secure a prosecution. 

Key Learning Outcomes

• Organisations that form the link between the crime and the court case

• Forensic evidence that may be required by the police

• Potential biological hazards specific to vehicle recovery

• Avoiding contaminating a crime scene/evidence

• Preserving evidence and continuity of evidence

• Police expectations

• Mechanical preservation

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