Design Training to Ensure the Investigation Process is Compliant from Initial Report to Final Resolution
Although the proposed changes to Title IX have caused confusion, one thing is clear: institutions must conduct investigation processes that are compliant. Title IX sexual misconduct cases remain exceedingly complex, and investigators are called upon to provide a fair and unbiased investigative process to protect the rights and privacy of all parties.
Have your investigators been trained properly?
Are they confidently distinguishing the procedural differences between a Title IX and Non-Title IX case?
Our expert presenter shares comprehensive guidance on the most recent changes and existing expectations for Title IX investigations. Gain specific strategies, understanding and awareness of the training you should be doing, as well as documentation and reporting expectations required in Title IX and sexual misconduct investigations. Ensure your process is equitable, impartial, and thorough by emphasizing the importance of comprehensive training and practice from start to finish.
You’ll be able to craft compliant training for your investigators to ensure that your process from investigation to hearing is compliant with Title IX regulations.
This online training will offer crucial, actionable takeaways that will help you:
- Provide methods for ensuring that individuals who investigate and/or adjudicate sexual assault cases on your campus are properly trained and prepared — address your community’s crucial needs, enhance your training focus, and allocate resources effectively. Avoid missteps in your process!
- Explore questioning methodologies/strategies designed to obtain the maximum amount of information in an unbiased way, including open-ended questioning, sensory-based questions, and conversational interview structure, among others, with an emphasis on unbiased and non-accusatory proceedings. Explore documentation of questions and responses at all stages of the investigation and hearing process and know which questionable techniques to avoid.
- Help your investigators distinguish the procedural differences between a Title IX and a non-Title IX case — ensure that your training incorporates these differences and prepares your investigators to remain compliant with the regulations from start to finish.
- Understand various methods your institution can implement to ensure proper documentation of the investigative process – ensure this essential and integral piece in Title IX compliance procedures from initial report to final resolution is not overlooked.
- Create a climate that engages and supports students and provides a safe living and learning community — uphold your campus mission and avoid costly damage to your institution’s reputation and operating budget by failing to remain compliant.
Brandi Williams is currently the Director of Institutional Equity and Title IX Coordinator in the Office of Institutional Equity (OEI) at Kennesaw State University in Georgia. She has completed the UGA Fanning Institute training to become a certified general/civil mediator for the state of Georgia and is a certified life coach.
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Included When You Purchase
- 90-minute online session with carefully selected expert(s)
- Unlimited access to view webinar recording on demand
- Materials for your team (handouts, discussion questions, etc.)
- Certificate of completion for each participant
- Weekly newsletter – What's Working on Campus
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