The Evidence Management Institute provides a certification opportunity for participants who have completed the EMI Evidence Management Professional Certification Class.
The EMI Certification process ensures that successful candidates have a strong working knowledge of evidence management practices and can apply the principles of evidence management directly to their agency operations.
The certification process consists of three parts:
Successful Completion of the Two-Day EMI “Evidence Management Professional” Certification Class
Completion of the EMI Certification Acknowledgement Agreement
Successful Completion of the applicable EMI Online Certification Exam
It is a certification opportunity on the Evidence Management Institute that assures that each candidate has a strong working knowledge of evidence management practices and that is able to apply the principles of evidence management directly to their agency operations.
The EMI Evidence Management Professional Certification Training class is simply the most current, comprehensive and cutting-edge evidence management training available. Our training is built around our systematic philosophy of a 360⁰ Chain of Custody for evidence, and we’ve worked really hard to take a mountain of information and break everything up into hills we can climb over one step at a time. It’s a lot of information to take in, but you won’t walk away with the feeling that you’ve been drinking from a fire hose. Our curriculum is broken down into the fundamental and essential pieces you’ll need to make an impact on your organization.
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