Special Interviewing & Evidence Collection Course in New Orleans on December 16-17
2-Day TapRooT® Evidence Collection
and Interviewing Techniques to
Sharpen Investigation Skills
There is so much to remember during evidence collection … and so much to lose if you are not prepared.
- Ever have trouble completing a sequence of events on a SnapCharT® because you lacked pieces of information?
- How can you remember what to collect?
- What is an effective structure for conducting an investigation interview?
- How do you help witnesses to an incident remember important facts with better accuracy during an investigative interview?
- What is the best way to handle the challenges of preservation and contamination of evidence?
December 16-17 • • • New Orleans, LA
This course is being taught by Barb Carr and is only offered as a public course a few times each year. This is the last chance to attend this year and the next course isn’t until June of 2021.
Instructor: Barb Carr
Barb is the Editorial Director at System Improvements and a TapRooT® Instructor. She is also our interviewing expert.
Barb is the author of Book 7, TapRooT® Evidence Collection and Interviewing Techniques to Sharpen Investigation Skills.
Barb is also the developer of these courses:
- TapRooT® Evidence Collection and Interviewing Techniques to Sharpen Investigation Skills(Upcoming Dates/Locations)
- Self-Guided Online Training: TapRooT® Evidence Collection & Investigative Interviewing Techniques
This is a rare chance to take the course being taught by the person who developed it!
Module 1: Class Introductions and Investigation Skills Inventory
Module 2: Preplanning for Evidence Collection
- Write an Investigation Policy (a sample is provided)
- Consult Legal Counsel
- Prepare Investigation Kits
- Prepare Investigation Forms (samples are provided)
Module 3: Evidence Collection and the TapRooT® Process
- Where does evidence collection fit into the TapRooT® process?
- SnapCharT® – the central repository for evidence collection
Module 4: Scene Management
- Scene Management Priorities
- Collect Fragile Evidence
- Evidence Packing Guidelines
Module 5: Initial Site Visit
- Where to Begin
- What to Look for
- Sketches, Photography, Videotaping
- Document Equipment
- Collect PPE
- Collect Paper
Module 6: Use TapRooT® Tools to Collect Better Evidence
- Human Performance Troubleshooting Guide
- Collect Evidence with the Root Cause Tree® & Dictionary as guides
- Questions to ask during a walk-through
- Critical Human Action Profile (Task analysis)
Module 7: Effective Interviewing for Incident Investigation
- Memory and Observation
- The TapRooT® 12-Step Interviewing Process
- DeCoding NonVerbal Behavior
CLICK HERE to register for the December 16-17 course.
Also, please note that there is a 2-Day TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Course on December 14-15 in New Orleans. Attend both and save time and money on travel. Register for the 2-Day TapRooT® Root Cause Analysis Course by CLICKING HERE.