Net Transcripts representatives will be busy next week meeting with attendees at events across the nation during the 2015 Arizona Problem Solving Courts Conference in Prescott, AZ (April 27-28) and the 2015 Wisconsin Association of Homicide Investigators Annual Training in Wisconsin Dells (April 28 – May 1).
The Problem Solving Courts Conference invites criminal justice and law enforcement professionals, psychologists, social workers, and any others involved with Arizona’s courts to attend a two-day series of educational sessions. The event is co-hosted by Arizona State University’s Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy (CABHP) and the Arizona Association of Drug Court Professionals (AADCP). As a resource for professionals in problem-solving courts, the conference addresses topics on mental health, drug abuse, and treatment. Our transcription services are well-suited to the needs of caseworkers and attorneys seeking court-ready transcripts of interviews with offenders and victims. Net Transcripts is also equipped for 24-hour or faster return of transcription of dictated notes or narratives taken during the course of an investigation.
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Net Transcripts will also be exhibiting at the 2015 WAHI Annual Conference to present our transcription services to homicide investigators attending the 4-day event. The annual spring conference offers training through a series of case studies and presentations.
Homicide investigators use our services for fast, accurate, and secure transcription of recordings captured at the crime scene or during the course of an investigation. By using our smartphone app or dial-in dictation line, investigators can submit dictated reports or interviews for transcription immediately from the field. Additionally, recordings can be uploaded to our online Transcript Management Center from any desktop computer. Net Transcripts utilizes CJIS-compliant security protocols and strict personnel standards to protect the confidentiality of files throughout the transcription process. Learn more about transcription for investigations here.