Course Details

The value of records as an investigative aid, prosecution tool, and resource for posterity is founded upon the quality of the information management system being utilized and the file manager's understanding and competence. Duplication, wasted resources, and unsuccessful outcomes result from the improper handling and ineffective management of information. This introductory course will provide participants with the basic knowledge and skills necessary to efficiently manage investigative records while conducting or overseeing both simple and complex investigations. Through the use of lecture, discussion, case study and simulation, topics addressed will include: File organization (basic requirements, various methods); Managing information flow; Role of the file manager; Information sharing; Information security; Disclosure issues; Treatment of confidential information; Exhibit management and Introduction to the Coordinated Investigative Team (CIT) model. (Formerly IE167;POL725)


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