FTI Consulting, Global has written a timely and informative series of articles surrounding the issue of conducting remote investigations.
The series contains a number of helpful tips for investigators.
The Challenges (And Surprising Benefits) of Conducting Remote Investigations
Fraud Waits for No One: Best Practices for Managing a Remote Investigations Today
Extending Your Reach: Best Practices for Collecting Data in a Remote Investigation
And We’re Live! Leading Practices for Conducting Interviews in a Remote Investigation
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Outstanding issue Ron
I have sent it along to my associates
Excellent work in our complex world
Tom Manley Special Agent FBI -Retired
Conducting investigations remotely. These remote investigations can have some significant benefits, such as cost savings, reduced travel, and increased efficiency. However, remote investigations can also have their own unique challenges.
Paula Jones from AusCovert Investigations
When conducting an investigation remotely, it is important to understand the limitations of this method of gathering evidence. To avoid missed opportunities or mistakes in your investigation, it’s best to follow these guidelines:
– Make sure all participants are comfortable with video conferencing or other forms of communication before beginning the investigation. This will help ensure that participants feel safe and secure throughout the process. If a participant feels uncomfortable at any point during an investigation, they should feel free to end the call or stop providing information immediately.
Thanks from Triumph Australia