Investigation Process in a Corporate Setting
How companies investigate alleged misconduct or illegal activity is more important in today's business environment than ever before. It is vital that investigations are conducted in a consistent, logical and legal manner to protect not only the company's interests, but reputation as well. This webinar provides a corporate investigations framework developed over the past 20 years and offers practical advice on how an investigation is initiated, the partnerships involved during an investigation, pitfalls to avoid during an investigation, and the investigation process.
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
- Recognize and mitigate the two types of bias investigators face while conducting an investigation.
- Implement a comprehensive investigations process within a corporate setting.
- Gain a basic understanding of how to conduct an investigative interview.
Allen Innis is the Head of Corporate Security for Uline Shipping Supplies. He has more than 30 years as an Intelligence, Investigation and Security professional. Allen specializes in building, growing, and leading Corporate Security Teams, while implementing comprehensive, forward-looking corporate security strategies and programs. Allen has been a Certified Protection Professional (CPP) since 2000 and holds the Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and Certified Financial Crimes Investigator (CFCI) certifications. Prior to Uline, Allen led Corporate Security/Investigative Teams at Xerox, Conduent, Symcor, SunTrust Banks, BlackHawk Group, LLC and Pinkerton Consulting & Investigations. Allen is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps where he served 12 years in both the infantry and as a Counterintelligence Agent.