Date: 26-27 March 2020
Venue: M Hotel Singapore
The ability to undertake fact finding workplace investigations is a necessary skill for compliance, HR, Security and Investigation professionals.
There are many reasons for holding an internal investigation in the workplace. Investigations are held to clarify and establish the facts of an individual case and to assist in a decision as to whether there are grounds to censure, discipline or formal proceedings. The effects of Poor investigative practice could leave an Employer liable to potential litigation, loss of credibility and market position.
This course will introduce the participant to key techniques and procedures to help ensure that the process of investigation is undertaken in a fair and un-biased manner.
Mr. Bob Pointer
Investigator & Educator
Following a 30 year career primarily as a Detective with the City of London Police, working in the areas of fraud, organised crime and counter terrorism, was instrumental in the creation and development of the Centre for Investigative, Security and Police Sciences at City, University of London.
Bob has significant experience of working with organisations, both in the public and private sectors of all sizes and types from the European anti-fraud agency OLAF and the UK Serious Fraud Office to Barnardos children’s Charity and Volvo Trucks (UK).
HR / Internal auditors / line managers / Security and investigations / Ethics & Compliance officials / Legal