Here is more from the Home Office Enforcement Instructions and Guidance under the heading of the Golden Hour
There are a number of areas to be considered during the ‘golden hour’, these include:
Victims –identify, support and sensitively preserve evidence.
Scenes –identify, preserve, assess and log
Suspects –identify, arrest and preserve evidence
Witnesses –identify, support and prioritise. Note first account and description of any suspects
Log –decisions, reasons, resources, conditions, circumstances
Clear lines of responsibility –identify, inform, brief, coordinate and review
Family/community - identify, inform, establish needs/expectations/concerns, primary support,
Physical evidence –preservation, CCTV, escape routes, public transport routes, ambulances
Prevent contamination –victims, suspects, scenes, exhibits
Intelligence –identify, prioritise, maximise, exploit consider community and open source
Enforcement Instructions and Guidance
Community concerns –establish through lay advice, anticipate possible developments, risks to
public confidence, rumours and so on
Media strategy –use the Immigration & Borders Secretariat in the early stages of any incidents.
Adopt principles of basic media strategy.