Corporate lawyers qualify to interview witnesses.

By |2020-09-11T16:45:51+00:00September 11th, 2020|Categories: CEO's Blog, Education, Legal Services, Products and Solutions, Professional Development, Safeguarding|

Public inquiries and investigations: handling witness evidence "Witnesses called before a proposed public inquiry into the UK's handling of the coronavirus pandemic will have to be treated professionally and sensitively if the inquiry is to be a success. In order to deliver reliability, witnesses must be treated sensitively and 'forensically' interviewed to ensure the integrity of the interview and the accuracy of the evidence; and to avoid re-traumatising them". The words of Julian Diaz-Rainey, partner at Pinsent Masons, the global law firm with whom we've had the pleasure to work with for several years now on behalf of Manchester City FCs [...]

Intersol Global and ‘Say So’ partner to deliver even more Extraordinary Case Management (ECM®)

By |2020-08-07T13:47:35+00:00August 7th, 2020|Categories: Audit and Compliance, Audit and GRC, CEO's Blog, Education, Financial Services, Health, Health and Safety, Legal Services, Products and Solutions, Professional Development, Regulators, Safeguarding, Sport|Tags: , , , , , |

Intersol Global and ‘Say So’ partner to deliver even more Extraordinary Case Management (ECM®) Another piece in the investigation case management jigsaw. Intersol Global and Say So are delighted to announce a strategic partnership that adds yet more value to investigation case management, delivering even more extraordinary results for businesses keen to manage risk and reduce cost whilst improving service and ensuring compliance. At their first meeting both entities immediately identified that they shared ethical values and philosophy; that people, healthy positive culture, and reputation were the greatest asset of any organisation. Shaun Keep, founding director at Say So said: “The [...]

When Safeguarding Case Management (SCM) Goes Wrong

By |2020-06-15T18:25:11+00:00June 15th, 2020|Categories: Audit and Compliance, Audit and GRC, CEO's Blog, Conferences, Education, Financial Services, Health, Health and Safety, Investigative Interviewing, Law Enforcement, Legal Services, Products and Solutions, Professional Development, Regulators, Safeguarding, Seminars and Workshops, Sport, Training, University News|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

When Safeguarding Case Management (SCM) Goes Wrong When safeguarding goes wrong the consequences are frequently catastrophic and life-changing. Whether it's sports, education, charities, health, or the workplace, there is no shortage of examples of the devastating impact of sub-standard Safeguarding Case Management (SCM). Increasing commissions to review SCM highlight the inter-dependancies of proactive and reactive phases of SCM. Only when the proactive goes wrong or is found wanting is the relationship between them scrutinised and the reactive phase triggered. That phase is NOT just about apportioning blame, 'putting a head on a stick', it is as much about WHY something has [...]