Due Process Considerations when Conducting Investigative Interviews of Employees

John E. Grimes III, CFE, CFI is Keynote Speaker at ComplianceKey. has over 45 years of law enforcement, criminal investigation, loss prevention, fraud examination experience, and teaching experience. John began his law enforcement career with the Baltimore City Police Department where he became a Detective in the Criminal Investigation Division (CID). John left Baltimore and became a Special Agent with the Amtrak Police Department Fraud and Organized Crime Unit and was later promoted to Captain of the CID. In 1993, John joined the Amtrak Office of Inspector General/Office of Investigations as ........


In the 13th century, English Barons sought limits to the authority of King John, petitioning him to grant certain liberties to be enjoyed by his subjects. The petition eventually led to the historic Magna Carta, which bestowed rights to Englishman, chief among them was the concept of due process., a principle that protects individual life and liberty from a powerful and potentially abusive government. Simply put, due process equals fairness. The concept of the due process was included in the Bill of Rights by America's Founding Fathers. In addition to public sector employers enjoying due process benefits, private sector employees enjoy many due process considerations through various Acts that protect employees from potential abusive employers. In the regards, Due Process should be the foundation for how a investigators conduct interviews of employees. Abuses of employee's due process has resulted in many negative actions against corporations resulting in substantial lawsuit settlements and negative publicity.

Why should you attend this webinar?

If you conduct or supervise investigations that involve employees of your organization, you need to be aware of due process rights and protects that they are afforded. You should attend this webinar to learn the various laws and acts that protect public and private sector employees against self-incrimination. This webinar will discuss appropriate interviewer behavior and interview methods that will assist in achieving interview objectives while at the same time protecting the employee from abuses as well as protecting the interviewer and the organization from claims of abuse.

Areas Covered in the Session:

  •  Due process in the Bill of Rights
  1.  Fifth Amendment
  2.  Sixth Amendment
  3.  Fourteenth Amendment
  •  Due process in the public sector
  1.  Garrity
  2.  Kalkines
  •  Due process in the private sector
  1.  Weingarten
  •     Custody and non-custody issues
  •     Interviews v. Interrogation
  •     Interviewee Categories
  •     Opening Interview Statements to assist in achieving objectives and protecting due process
  •     Interview methods and strategies to achieve objectives

Who can Benefit:

  • Individuals conducting investigations
  • Fraud Examiners
  • Internal Investigators
  • Attorneys
  • External Auditors
  • Internal Auditors
  • Compliance and Ethics managers
  • Human Resources Personnel
  • Security personnel
  • Loss Prevention personnel

Webinar Id: CICJD001

Training Options:

Duration: 90 mins


 12:30 PM PT | 03:30 PM ET

 Single Attendee: [Only for one participant]

$179 (Live)                    $319 (Live + Recorded)

 Multiple Attendee: [For a group of 2-5 participants]

$368 (Live)                    $495 (Live + Recorded)

 Corporate Attendee: [For a group of 6-10 Participants]

$741 (Live)                    $1157 (Live + Recorded)

 Recorded: [Six month unlimited access]

$167 (Single Attendee) $599 (Unlimited Attendee)

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