Investigation is a very rewarding field for some.
Some people are naturals at it while others must develop their investigational skills.
For those who need help in this area, there are basic tips that you can follow to make sure your skills are constantly improving.
Like everything, improvement comes with practice and dedication.
The first basic tip I can think of is to take your time when analyzing something or a situation.
Think about all the different ways something could have happened. This will give you different points of views and you can later relate them to the person.
Another thing is to put yourself in the other persons place. What would you have done?
How? This type of thinking allows you to discover clues and hidden parts of the story or case.
Remember that not everybody is a natural at investigating.
For example, I love to investigate, like when I opened up my motorized shades to see how they work, I found out a lot of information on somfy and how it operates the shades. Stuff like this comes natural to me. It takes years of practice for anybody to become really good at it.
For this reason, it may help to research other investigators and those at the top of your field. Read into them and they may offer tips to new investigators like you. Experience is an invaluable resource and if you can learn from other’s experiences, you are well on your way to being a great investigator.