This is part two of a two-part series. The first session will occur on August 5th at 10 AM and requires a separate registration. Click here to register for part one.
This course is designed to provide students with an introductory understanding of the interplay between an inspector’s investigation and report and various enforcement proceedings, and to provide tips on investigations and writing reports to make enforcement proceedings (and testifying) easier. Even for experienced Officers, it will be a great refresher - and great to hear this information from the perspective of an attorney who relies upon the Officer’s investigation and report to enforce the City’s laws.
• Understand how the underlying investigation will shape the report writing process
• Understand the type of information that must be acquired during an investigation
• Understand the context of how reports are used in various proceedings (e.g., court proceedings, administrative hearings, etc.) to get a better appreciation of what information must be contained within the reports
• Improve report preparation skills
James Eckart, DRL Law
Non-Member - $50
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