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PI Standards and Ethics (Part 2 of 2)

A guide to understanding of several specific key practices for our profession, and accepted and reasonable standards
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Video: 32m
Language: English
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Starting where Part 1 left off…
Professional Investigator Standards and Ethics
Forget what you have seen on TV, in movies or read in books – Private Investigators are not hiding in dark corners, wearing trench coats, and drinking whiskey in a pile of cigarette butts. This is a profession of integrity, confidentiality, and trust. If you are new to being a Private Investigation – begin here with your learning process. It will guide you for the rest of your career.
Every profession and occupation has Standards and Ethics. As an integral part of our judicial system, and working closely with attorneys who represent parties in civil litigation and criminal defense – or the parties directly – these principles are an investment in this professionalism.
This course, Part 1 and 2, is a guide to understanding of several specific key practices for our profession, and accepted and reasonable standards and practices, and associated ethics, of our profession.
This course is designed for the new and veteran private investigators, including knowing the laws and regulations of investigations, licensing and records in your area. You will be able to develop your own agency practices and ethics to your polices & procedures. You will be more proactive in protecting your agency, your work product, and your client.

Requirements

• There are no prerequisites or quizes. This is designed for the interested, new or veteran investigator.It is helpful to know the laws and regulations of investigations, licensing and records in your area.

You will learn

✓ You will have a better understanding of several specific key practices for our profession
✓ You will have a better understanding in accepted and reasonable standards and practices, and associated ethics, of our profession
✓ You will be able to develop your own agency practices and ethics to your polices & procedures
✓ You will be more proactive in protecting your agency, your work product, and your client

This course is for

• All new investigators, as well as experienced looking for a refresher. This is not for the expert level investigator.

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More info about the instructor, Associates In Forensic Investigations Beers

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Dean A. Beers, CLI, CCDI began his investigative career in 1987. He is a Certified Legal Investigator and Certified Criminal Defense Investigator, and expert consultant / witness in criminal defense homicide and civil equivocal death investigations. He is certified in Medicolegal Death Investigations and is a POST certified instructor, and experienced forensic autopsy assistant. He has lectured extensively and authored multiple articles, peer-reviewed white papers, and provided expert testimony on Protocols of Private Investigation, and Forensic Investigations of Injury Pattern Analysis (including Blood Pattern Analysis) and Death Investigations (including Protocols and Standards), as well as consulted as a subject matter expert in Equivocal Death Analysis, Injury Causation, Time of Death, Crime Scene Analysis, Investigative Protocol, Evidence Protocol, and Forensic Photography.Karen S. Beers, BSW, CCDI, began her investigative career in 1996, also earning her Bachelor’s in Social Work from Colorado State University (Magna Cum Laude).She is also a Certified Criminal Defense Investigator (CCDI) and certified in Medicolegal Death Investigations. In addition to being a subject matter expert in death investigations, her background, education and experience with victim advocacy and counseling are valuable assets in working with families and victims of traumatic events. As a death investigator Karen was involved in the investigations of all manners of deaths and incidents, training under three Forensic Pathologists. From 2004-2006 she investigated and assisted with numerous death cases and scenes, and assisted with forensic autopsies.As Team Beers, they provide Expert Consultations and Legal Investigations of Death and Injury Causation in Civil, Criminal and Probate litigation – Together We’re Better!

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Video: 32m
Language: English
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