It is easy to overlook potential sources of evidence while planning or undertaking an investigation. These investigation programs help ensure that you do not miss important sources of information and evidence, and that you carry out the investigation in a logical way.

The investment in these programs is a fraction of the cost of planning and investigation time that you will save by having them as a reference. 

 

Suspicion of Bribery

What should you do if there is an allegation or a suspicion that an employee, agent, etc has been taking bribes? This program contains investigation procedures to help ensure that you detect and gather the evidence regarding the suspected bribery.

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Conflict of Interest

Conflicts of interest are difficult to investigate they often involve grey areas and complicated concepts. This program contains a step by step approach to guide you through this subtle and complex subject.

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Suspicion of Manipulation of Balance Sheets and Regular Reports 

This program is particularly useful because it contains many of the quick and easy ways of investigating manipulations of financial reports. It also contains many areas for gathering evidence that are often overlooked or are only found after much wasted effort. There are twenty-eight pages of investigation procedures.

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Harassment 

If allegations of harassment are not properly investigated they can result in your organisation having to pay significant financial awards. This program helps you through this precarious maze.

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Privacy Complaints 

If there is a claim or allegation that the privacy principles have been breached in your organisation what should you do? This program contains the detailed investigation procedures for finding and gathering the evidence that you are likely to need.

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Misuse of Resources

Allegations of misuse of resources are fairly common, yet they are often poorly investigated. This program helps you to gather the evidence that you need without being sidetracked or overlooking relevant information.

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Detrimental Actions from Protected Disclosures 

If people make protected disclosures they expect their employer to protect them from retribution or detrimental action. Many investigators regard this area as too hard to investigate, assuming that any detrimental action will be impossible to prove. Although the investigation is not always easy there are investigation procedures that are useful in these cases.

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