Evidence Collection Training and Resources

Base your investigation on facts, not assumptions.

TapRooT® offers multiple options for evidence collection training and resources. An investigation is an exercise in fact-finding, determining with credible information what happened with respect to an incident or accident. Evidence collection is the most time-intensive task in any investigation so jumping to analysis is tempting. However, developing corrective actions based on assumptions won’t stop repeat incidents.

Free Evidence Collection Resources

Read the Evidence Collection Book

Evidence Collection Training

Free Evidence Collection Resources

TapRooT® provides many free resources for better evidence collection. Here are a few examples:

How to Plan a Major Accident Investigation Read>

Apple Podcast: Three Common Interviewing Mistakes Listen>

Video: Secrets of a Great Interview Watch>

Read the Evidence Collection Book

What’s inside?

Chapter 1: Pre-Plan
Chapter 2: Emergency Response and Scene Management
Chapter 3: Introduction to the TapRooT® Investigation Process
Chapter 4: Plan your Investigation
Chapter 5: Emergency Response and Scene Management
Chapter 6: 3Ps and an R: Collecting People, Paper, Physical and Recordings Evidence
Chapter 7: TapRooT® 12-Step Interview Process
Chapter 8: Decoding Non-Verbal Behavior
Chapter 9: Putting it all Together



Evidence Collection Training

We offer many paths to evidence collection training.

Public courses

2-Day TapRooT® Evidence Collection and Interviewing Techniques to Sharpen Investigation Skills


Onsite courses

  • Customize a 1 or 2-day training about evidence collection methods based on your needs.
  • Book a 1-day investigative interview training or combine investigation interviewing techniques training with collecting other types of evidence.
  • Combine evidence collection training with 2-day TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Training to make it a 3 or 4-day course.

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TapRooT® Investigation Interview Training Webinar (Live)


Online Training

Coming in October 2019: Evidence Collection Training (Online)

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