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Evaluating Incapacitation

Using science and humor, this workshop looks at the differences between intoxication and incapacitation from alcohol or drugs. The session provides a detailed look at:

  • Analyzing whether someone was intoxicated or had reached incapacitation
  • Deciding what questions to ask parties and witnesses about drug and alcohol consumption
  • Understanding how the timing and amount of alcohol consumption affect the brain and body
  • Assessing the impact of gender, body weight, and tolerances to alcohol on intoxication
  • Interpreting what terms like “black out,” “brown out,” and “tipsy” mean on today’s campuses

Many Title IX investigations focus on allegations that consent was negated because the Complainant was incapacitated. This session provides a practical discussion on how to gather and analyze the key facts needed to address incapacitation issues.

The potent combination of young adults, sex, drugs and alcohol has investigators wrestling with intimate issues that have long-lasting repercussions. Keith Rohman helps navigate your role as investigator through these complexities.
The next T9 Mastered: Essentials training will be held in Pasadena, CA, November 4–6

Evaluating Incapacitation

Using science and humor, this workshop looks at the differences between intoxication and incapacitation from alcohol or drugs. The session provides a detailed look at:

  • Analyzing whether someone was intoxicated or had reached incapacitation
  • Deciding what questions to ask parties and witnesses about drug and alcohol consumption
  • Understanding how the timing and amount of alcohol consumption affect the brain and body
  • Assessing the impact of gender, body weight, and tolerances to alcohol on intoxication
  • Interpreting what terms like “black out,” “brown out,” and “tipsy” mean on today’s campuses

Many Title IX investigations focus on allegations that consent was negated because the Complainant was incapacitated. This session provides a practical discussion on how to gather and analyze the key facts needed to address incapacitation issues.

The potent combination of young adults, sex, drugs and alcohol has investigators wrestling with intimate issues that have long-lasting repercussions. Keith Rohman helps navigate your role as investigator through these complexities.
The next T9 Mastered: Essentials training will be held in Pasadena, CA, November 4–6
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