These reports need to stay clear from unnecessary information and language fillers. It can make the technical reports very saturated with facts and take more time to read and comprehend. Investigative reports must not convey emotional or personal bias.
Logical organization may make reading the reports less difficult and fatiguing. Being able to easily locate the portions of the text that are of interest will be helpful, for example, organize using sections and section headings. As suggested by the 10 Investigative Report Samples and Examples article (n.d.), the investigative report needs to be brief, to the point and simple and clear, Also, well organized and ultimately serve its intended purpose.
All parts of the report have the potential of miscommunication. In my opinion, conclusion may be the most likely to be miscommunicated Mainly because the conclusion is usually a subjective choice. Presenting the same facts to different people would lead to different conclusions. The investigative reports should focus on presenting the facts objectively. However, the report conclusions may or may not be useful for all readers.