What should I expect during my meeting with the investigators?

The investigators will ask you questions and take notes. The questions are voluntary and you may decline to answer. The investigators will ask you about what happened and allow you the opportunity to share as much or as little as you like. The investigators will ask if there are any potential witnesses with whom you would like the investigators to meet as part of their investigation. The investigators will also ask for any potential information or documentation (texts, screenshots, emails, photos, or other) that may help them better understand the incident(s) in question. The investigators will end the meeting by asking you if there is anything you would like to share, including documentation or other information you would like them to consider. If there is information you want the investigators to have, and that they did not ask about specifically, you are encouraged to share that information.

You have the right to have an advisor of your choice present during all meetings that you participate in during the process.