RECOGNIZING ELECTRONIC DATA ISSUES IN INVESTIGATIONS AND IN THE INVESTIGATOR’S OFFICE

  • MYSTIC MARRIOTT HOTEL & SPA CT

Rob Kleeger has been invited to be a faculty for The Association of Workplace Investigators Training Institute for Workplace Investigators.

The week long curriculum includes:

  • Understanding the legal framework
  • Analyzing claims, defining the issues and scope, and planning the investigation
  • Ethical issues for attorneys, private investigators, and internal investigators
  • Understanding and avoiding bias in investigations
  • Interviewing and dealing with difficult witnesses
  • Special issues in public sector investigations
  • Determining credibility
  • Full day small group mock investigation with one faculty per six students
  • Report writing, including individual feedback on written findings based on mock investigation
  • Threat assessments and how they differ from other investigations
  • Recognizing electronic data Issues in investigations and the investigator’s office
  • How investigations are attacked and defended

Rob Kleeger will be presenting "RECOGNIZING ELECTRONIC DATA ISSUES IN INVESTIGATIONS AND IN THE INVESTIGATOR’S OFFICE" on topics such as: 

  • Various types of digital information and what data is recoverable once deleted
  • Best practices for preserving digital evidence
  • Best practices for reviewing digital evidence
  • Determining when an investigator should pair with a digital forensics expert
  • Managing electronic data in the investigator's office

The Association of Workplace Investigators, Inc. (AWI) the premiere national professional association for people involved in workplace investigations.  AWI includes professionals from many fields—attorneys, human resources, private investigators, auditors, security and loss prevention specialists, threat assessors and others as well.