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Investigation Report Writing: A Nuts and Bolts Approach

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Many investigation reports are written poorly because investigators simply don’t know what to include. Poorly written reports provide little value and may even increase a company’s legal risk. A well written investigation report presents the right information, includes careful analysis and reaches a conclusion.

Meric Bloch, author, trainer, speaker and Principal of Winter Compliance, as he outlines the fundamentals of writing investigation reports.

Webinar attendees will learn:

  • What information to include and how to include it
  • How to assess witness credibility
  • Strategies for evaluating proof
  • How to present findings
  • How to avoid the most common report writing mistakes

Webinar Presenter

Meric Craig Bloch
Meric Craig Bloch

Strategic Advisor at Winter Investigations

Meric Craig Bloch is a Strategic Advisor, Designer, Trainer, and Investigations Coach at Winter Investigations.

Winter Investigations promotes the business success of its clients by helping them conduct thorough investigations using professional techniques and allocating resources efficiently. We help our clients maximize the value of their investigations, provide business-related intelligence, minimize business risks, and foster a speak-up culture.

Meric is passionate about investigations. He has 20+ years of experience as an investigator, subject-matter expert, investigations trainer, coach, mentor, and thought leader. He holds many certifications, including Certified Fraud Examiner, Certified Financial Crime Specialist, Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional - Fellow, Certified Information Privacy Professional – Europe, and Professional Certified Investigator.

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