May 15, 2009 | Barb Carr

How to Interview and Gather Evidence

When you investigate an incident, you need solid, verified, validated factual information. Without it, finding root causes & developing effective fixes is impossible. Isn’t it time you learned how to collect & document evidence in a systematic, objective way? Dana Barclay uses his years of investigation experience to teach how to professionally, yet rapidly, gather and document evidence to solve problems. This course will be offered just before the Summit.

Course: How to Interview and Gather Evidence
Date: October 5-6, 2009
Location: Nashville, TN
Cost: $1,095 for this course alone, or save $200 by registering for this pre-Summit course and the Summit (for a total cost of just $1,890).

Attendees get an Evidence Gathering and Documentation Workbook and an Incident Investigation Sequence/Flow book with laminate flow chart and checklist.


Here is the agenda for this course:

Day 1

The “Four Elements” Basics
What to Look For/Exercise
The “People” Element (Witness Interviews)
The Multi-Step Progression & “How Memory Works”

Lunch Break

Interviewing Exercise
What to look for & Where to find it
Exercise Incident Update
End of Class Summary

Day 2

Physical Evidence and its Documentation
Incident Scene/Site Diagrams
Photographic/Video Documentation
Photography Exercise

Lunch Break

Incident Scene/Site Hazards
Site Hazards Exercise
Incident Investigation Kit
Course Exercise Completion
Exercise Review Evaluation

End of Course Summary

The only way to prove the value of this course is to register. Reserve your seat today!

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