Workshop: Foundations in Title IX Investigations Workshop & Certification


Foundations in Title IX Investigations
Workshop & Certification

Designed for first-time or early Investigators, Coordinators/Deputy Coordinators, and community policing units at your institution. This workshop is a great fit if you want a program that will:

  • Help you design an overall methodology for the entire investigation
  • Provide you with resources and tools to ensure that every Title IX investigator on your campus is prepared to conduct a professional and thorough investigation
  • Provide concrete and immediately applicable investigator questioning skills and techniques
  • Keep your team engaged with a highly interactive, practical, and skills-based training
  • Deliver a Title IX certification right on your campus
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Sample Workshop Sessions:
  • Review of your institution’s Grievance Procedure
  • Mock scenario introduction (used and processed throughout the workshop)
  • Overview of Title IX and the role of the investigator
  • Trauma-Informed Investigations
  • Understanding the fundamentals of a civil rights investigation
  • Planning, prioritizing, and strategizing the investigation
  • Conducting a thorough investigation
  • Putting the facts together
  • Credibility Assessment
Additional Tools and Resources Provided:
  • Resources included:
    • Documentation from governing agencies and organizations
    • Sample Investigator Checklist
    • Sample Witness Opening Statements
    • Sample Advisor Form
    • Sample Overview and Investigations Document for each witness
  • Tools to help you:
    • Determine and analyze elements of a case
    • Document your investigation inquiries and timeline of completion
    • Craft relevant and trauma-informed investigation questions
    • Take factual notes
    • Create final investigative reports
  • Completion certification will be presented to all attendees