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Conducting Effective Student Investigations

NOV

6

Presenters:

Adam Drew, Founder and President, Three Corners Law Enforcement

Adam is a longtime law enforcement officer with extensive experience working as a school resource officer. He has trained thousands of school leaders and educators on how to conduct effective school investigations and get to the truth.

 

David Nash, Esq., LEGAL ONE Director 

Mr. Nash is a school law attorney with extensive experience representing school administrators. He has trained thousands of school leaders and educators on how to address a wide array of legal issues.

Arthur Scheuermann, SAANYS General Counsel

Since 2002, Art has been leading the SAANYS Legal Department and team of field attorneys and negotiators. A former assistant district attorney on Long Island, Art spent a number of years honing his labor and employment relations expertise at an Albany law firm prior to arriving at SAANYS. 

NOVEMBER 6 WORKSHOP – Conducting Effective Student Investigations

If you have ever had a student, parent, or staff member be less than truthful to you when conducting an investigation, this workshop is for you! Participants will receive practical information and skills for developing and carrying out effective investigation plans, including interviewing and questioning techniques, techniques for analyzing student handwriting, and strategies for managing complex investigations. Participants will also leave with a clear understanding of the due process rights available to students and parents, special considerations for students with disabilities, when to contact law enforcement, how to properly handle evidence, how to address student searches, including searching electronic devices, and how to handle conduct that occurs off school grounds.

BONUS ONLINE COURSE – Getting to the Truth: A Toolkit for Conducting Effective Student Investigations

Link will be provided at a later date.

Getting to the truth in student investigations can be extremely challenging. How do we assess the credibility of witnesses with conflicting stories? How do we analyze written statements? What issues come into play with younger students? How do we address issues arising outside the school environment, including on social media? This course expands on the workshop, providing a comprehensive toolkit that will empower administrators to answer these critical questions. The course is organized into 8 modules, including real world scenarios, attorney commentaries, practical tips from practitioners, and resource materials.

Download the flier.

COST:

Workshop Only: $175 SAANYS Members | $195 Non-Members
Workshop and Bonus Online Course: $225 SAANYS Members | $245 Non-Members

 

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Details

Date:
November 6
Time:
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Cost:
175/225
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Venue

Plainview Holiday Inn
215 Sunnyside Blvd, Plainview, NY 11803 United States
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Phone:
(516) 349-7400

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