Investigation Report Writing

In this one-day course, ATIXA Faculty will review the most common errors they see in investigation reports and how to prevent them.

You’ve completed the interviews and collected all available evidence…now what? Investigation Report Writing is a one-day deep dive into the writing mechanics, format, structure, and best practices for investigation report writing.

In this hands-on session, topics covered will include managing sensitive information, integrating quotations, addressing unavailable information, using footnotes, incorporating feedback from the parties post-review, writing credibility assessments, and more. Faculty will review the most common errors they see in investigation reports and how to prevent them. Training participants will have the opportunity to critique sample investigation report excerpts with the faculty to evaluate both clarity and content.

In this course, you will learn:

  • Participants will understand the different sections of an investigation report and the content which should be included in each.
  • Participants will identify problematic language in investigation reports and suggest remedies.
  • Participants become aware of common report writing issues and why they are problematic.
  • Participants will be able to integrate different sources of evidence into an investigation report in a clear manner.
  • Participants will become familiar with best practices for protecting participant privacy through redaction, etc.

Who Should Attend?

  • Title IX Investigators
  • Civil Rights Investigators
  • Legal Counsel
  • Title IX Team Members
  • Title IX Coordinators


Live, Interactive Online Training

  • $799 Member
  • $899 Non-Member

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Registration Fee includes the Training & Certification Course, course slides, supplemental materials, ATIXA/TNG Whitepapers, flowcharts, 2020 Regulations publications and webinars, HRCI pre-approved credit, SHRM pre-approved credit, and a 2-year Certification from ATIXA.

*You must attend all dates in your session to receive credit for attendance.


  • June 28
    11:00am - 6:00pm ET

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