www.MedicolegalDeathInvestigations.com for details and registration.
Includes the Ethics program for FREE ($25 value)!
This continuing education based death investigation course is a basic introduction into the concepts of the official investigation of death, such as by a coroner or medical examiner office, and the role that the private investigator may play in an equivocal death investigation. As might be expected, there are similar roles, overlapping roles and, of course different roles and responsibilities. Although developed for continuing education, the concepts and methodology are suitable for any private or government sector investigator looking to expand their investigative knowledge into the basics of death investigation, and even personal injury investigations and injury causation.
This course is designed to provide the investigator currently working in, or interested in working in, the death and personal injury investigation fields the knowledge and insight to informatively and intelligently conduct a criminal defense or civil investigation in which serious bodily injury or death is the subject matter of the litigation.
This course is approved for 14 hours of instruction for Certified Legal Investigators (CLIs) and PIs in TX, OK, and IA; 12 hours in GA, TN and KY; 8 hours in LA and KS; 10 hours in OR and SC; 6 hours in NC; 4 hours in NM. An exam will be administered upon the conclusion of the program. If the candidate passes with a score of 75% or better, a certificate of completion will be issued in accordance with state licensing authority standards.
* This course may qualify for other private, government and association CE credit - please contact the oversight authority.
Developed for PI Education by Dean A. Beers, CLI, CCDI and Karen S. Beers, BSW, CCDI
Associates in Forensic Investigations, LLC
Providing expert consultations of death and injury causation to investigators, attorneys, insurance companies and families
One of the earlier articles for our friends at PursuitMag.com
The Role of the Private Investigator in Equivocal Death Investigations.
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