Basics of Fraud Investigations

Authored by Robert Minniti
About this Course
Topics covered include: Do You Need a PI License?; Gathering Evidence-Direct Evidence VS. Circumstantial Evidence; Some Tools for Analyzing and Presenting Evidence; Procedures for conducting fraud investigations; Potential pitfalls and the steps to take; Legal issues involved in conducting fraud investigations; Real world examples. Upon completing this course, you should be able to: Recognize which states require PI licensing; Identify illegal investigative activities; Recognize the predication of fraud; Differentiate procedures for conducting a fraud investigation; Describe PI licensing and requirements; Recognize what should always be avoided when conducting a fraud investigation; Identify circumstantial evidence; Differentiate interviewing techniques used in United State fraud investigation; Recognize data visualization tools and how they are used; Identify legal fraud investigation activity; Describe data mining; Recognize how recordings can be used during a fraud investigation; Identify when a fraud investigator must obtain consent to search individuals records; Describe misappropriated assets for evidence; Recognize how quantitative data analysis is performed on data; Identify data analysis used to find causes; Describe how a chain of custody form is used.
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