Intersol extend their investigation training, qualification, and operational reach into Scotland

By |2020-02-21T16:55:27+00:00February 21st, 2020|Categories: CEO's Blog, Conferences, Education, Training, University News|Tags: , , , , , |

Intersol extend their investigation training, qualification, and operational reach into Scotland. As a result of demand from Scottish Universities we have developed our service provision 'north of the border' with the recruitment of 3 new investigation associates in Scotland. Whilst the investigation principles and forensic psychology of people are broadly consistent the world over (perhaps with the odd cultural difference), this development will enable a more empathetic approach to the nuances of civil serious misconduct investigation in Scotland. As the team embark on their first investigation commission next week we wish them every success.               [...]

AMOSSHE Winter Conference – Mental Health and Wellbeing

By |2020-02-17T16:42:24+00:00February 12th, 2020|Categories: CEO's Blog, Conferences, Education|Tags: , , , , , |

AMOSSHE Winter Conference - Mental Health and Wellbeing  Intersol are delighted to sponsor AMOSSHE and their valuable work throughout 2020 and our CEO, Ian Hynes, and CFO, Philip Adlem, have been busy making the final plans to attend their sold-out Winter Conference in Bath later this week. The dreadful cost to mental health and wellbeing of NOT conducting discipline investigations empathetically, thoroughly, and fairly to determine reliable outcomes is often incalculable. Those adversely affected by inappropriate investigation methods and process not only include reporting and reported students but extends to those members of staff charged with the heavy responsibility of conducting [...]

NDAs – The Ticking Time-Bomb for Universities?

By |2020-02-12T13:00:44+00:00February 12th, 2020|Categories: CEO's Blog, Education, Products and Solutions, Professional Development, Training, University News|Tags: , , , , , , |

NDAs - The Ticking Time-Bomb for Universities? Universities ‘gagging sexual assault claims’ according to the BBC The BBC have today reported that Universities are gagging students to prevent them from disclosing details of sexual assaults, bullying and poor teaching. The report details how several students told the BBC that they felt ‘pressured’ into signing NDA’s (non-disclosure agreements), with one student being told she would be expelled if she broke her contract. According to Universities UK, a representative body for UK Universities, NDA’s should not be used to silence students. The BBC submitted FOI requests to expose the statistics in the number [...]