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Conducting informal investigations into allegations about staff
Is there any guidance on informally investigating allegations? This article sets out Edapt's advice on how to determine whether an informal investigation is appropriate. We also outline advice from ACAS, One Education and the NAHT on how to conduct an informal investigation into an allegation.
- Consider whether an informal investigation is appropriate
- Ensuring the investigation is fair and reasonable
- Handling an informal investigation
- Determining actions following an initial investigation
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