Free Investigative Report Consultation

Free Investigative Report Consultation

When was the last time you had your investigative reports professionally analyzed? Most agencies have been using the same content and report style for years. Sometimes, we forget to reevaluate our report quality to see how our product compares to industry standards. As we all know, there is always room for improvement.

We can help give you a second opinion on your written reports. Upon reviewing your report samples, we will provide detailed feedback on how to make your report writing better.

We look at the following report elements:

  • Style
  • Formatting
  • Spelling
  • Grammar
  • Content
  • Investigative Logic
  • Critical Thinking
  • Possible Biases and Inferences
  • Agency Liability
  • Opportunities for Boilerplate Verbiage

Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I send a report?

There are three ways to send us report samples. You can send us one of your completed investigative reports after changing the names and other identifying information. You can send an actual report, and we'll sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) for your agency. Or, we can provide a signed NDA that we can prepare for you.

How long will it take to analyze my reports?

Turn around time averages one week. We ask for a sample of three of your most common report types written by your frontline investigators.

What do you provide with your report analysis?

We look at the items listed above and provide MS Word track changes or prepare a written report for your agency. We can also meet via Microsoft Teams, Skype, or FaceTime to discuss the results.

How much does this cost?

 The service is free.

Why is this service free?

We offer paid training on the specific points we uncover during our analysis. This training is not free, but it is also completely optional. Training is conducted remotely via a video service, and we will provide it at an affordable price. Our “Leave No Investigator Behind” policy means that we will find a way to get your team the training they need at a price your group can afford.


For more questions, feel free to contact us at InvestigatorCourses@gmail.com.

-Investigator Today


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