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With the rise of complex sexual misconduct cases, the potential for imposing bias in our investigative process is high. This webcast will examine the intersection between bias and Title IX investigations to ensure an objective and fundamentally fair investigative process.
Join us for this webcast and gain the confidence, knowledge, and skill set to ensure that personal bias does not directly impact decisions. You’ll also receive resources that will review the concepts of microaggressions and bias more generally to help you and your team get the conversation started, and the webcast itself will dive into specific tools and practice to help you uncover bias in your Title IX processes.
As a Title IX investigator, you are searching for evidence in every step of the process. You must critically reflect on how bias may have impacted your findings. We will offer tools and practice to help you uncover bias in the following steps of your process:
- Preparing for the interview
Who should attend?
Those who currently provide oversight for sexual misconduct cases, conduct investigations, or resolve cases will leave with a better understanding of how bias may impact the preparation for an interview, reporting writing, and/or the decision-making process.
Title IX Coordinator, Roosevelt University