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The world of investigative interviewing and the methods taught to investigative interviews are at a critical crossroads.  Courts are increasingly questioning traditional interview approaches, which tend to rely on deception detection methodology and are directed toward eliciting admissions and confessions.  This session will discuss emerging trends impacting investigative interviewing, advancing methods supported by science (i.e., PEACE, Motivational interviewing) which are gaining traction all over the world.  Participants will benefit from watching compelling real-life interview clips from both well executed and poorly executed interviews. 



Learn the techniques used by FBI profilers. Gathering truthful information is an integral part of any corporate environment. How important is it for us to learn the truth  from our employees, managers, and clients? This overview presents how linguistic lie detection is used in business, audit, and investigative areas to help you become more effective in all your business communications.

As a session participant, you’ll learn the basics of information gathering and how to interpret the information you receive. You’ll also learn how linguistic lie detection techniques can be applied to a variety of high-profile media cases to illustrate examples of deception.


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No one cares about your Data (Not Even You):  Securing your Privacy in the Digital Age.  540 million Facebook records.  5 million Yahoo accounts.  500 million Marriott guests.  Voting records for 198 million Americans.  These are just a few of the massive breaches we've learned about in recent years....and just as quickly forgotten.  Hack after hack, company after company, we simply do not know where to begin to secure our data or our privacy - not as consumers, not as companies, and not as governments.  These session will explain how and why our cybersecurity is in such steep decline, and what we can do to truly protect our data.


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Ethical issues are associated with workplace deviance or corruption and its counterparts - lying, evasion of accountability, and abuse of authority.  What causes them and how should they be dealt with?  This session focuses on integrating ethics with everyday corporate life.  

The fake news epidemic has spread far and wide with individuals and organizations questioning whether the news they get is real or not.  But most importantly organizations need to be vigilant in combating these potential threats in their own organizations.  The challenges and dilemmas of sharing information without verifying it could place your organization in an ethical dilemma.

Online misinformation and digital deception are contributing to a crisis of trust in society and making it more difficult for people to separate reality from fiction.  This session will focus on the types of treats most rampant today and how to effectively deal with them in an ethical manner.


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Social media is a dominant force in today's world of connectedness.  Its use is still growing in all parts of the world, and with that, the risk is growing exponentially.  Within an organization, use of social media by different departments can compromise the reputation of the organization and staff.  Changes in internet usage, such as the proliferation of mobile devices and the rising use of social media, have presented new challenges for cybersecurity.

A significant sticking point when it comes to properly leveraging social media is dealing with the many risks to which companies are exposed.  Assessing corporate risk on social media is only one area that needs to be watched.  The social media usage of our employees and suppliers is another area that needs to be monitored as it is the easiest way hackers gain entry into our networks.


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1.   Red Flags of Management Fraud

2.  The Psychology of Fraud I - Personality of the Management Fraudster

3.  The Psychology of Fraud II - Personality of the Management Fraudster

4.  Common Management Fraud Schemes:  Financial Statement Fraud to Corruption and Beyond


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1.  Interviewing the Management Fraudster - "The smartest guy in the room"

2.  Investigating Management Fraud - Understanding how to investigate these schemes

3.  Anti-money laundering and know your customer issues

4.  Case Studies in Management Fraud - Investigate along with us - real cases & real documents


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  1.  The Cyber Situation PRIOR to COVID-19
  2.  The Cyber Situation NOW
  3.  The six basic steps you can take to practice cyber-smartness

CPE Credits:  1
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1.  The "Cyber" Situation in 2020
2.  Understanding Some Key Concepts
3.  Taking "Cyber Smart" to the next level.

CPE Credits:  2
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Investigations are happening everywhere. They cover any topic; harassment in the work place, cyber-bullying, fraud, expense account abuse, conflict of interest, theft of product, irresponsible conduct. Everyone is becoming an investigator.  But, to be a good investigator, you need to know the fundamentals. The body of work required is always made of the same parts. If you examine the anatomy of an investigation, certain principles exist, certain steps are necessary, certain rules apply. This seminar studies that body of work.

Lawyer Ross Dunsmore and a team of experienced investigators and counsel will answer these questions. If you take this anatomy course, you will be well on your way to understanding the components of a good investigation.   (As this is a live event there may be areas where attendees are asking questions the speakers try to repeat the questions but may not be in every case)


The Team & Use of Experts (1 CPE)

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Solicitor-Client Privilege Explained (.50 CPE)

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Making The Plan & Use of Documents (1CPE)

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Surveillance In An Investigation (1 CPE)

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Interviewing Complainant  & Third Party (1CPE)
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Report Writing - Doing It Right (1 CPE)   

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What Must Be Included in The Report  & How to Use the Report (1CPE)

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Ethical Issues In An Investigation (1 CPE towards Ethics) Part 1 &  2

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Ethical Issues - Respondent's Rights (1 CPE towards Ethics)

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  • Throughout this challenging COVID-19 period, Introductory Pricing is provided to assist those wanting to learn more about fraud and financial crime prevention, and primarily to assist any Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) to obtain Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits at an affordable price.

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  • Any CFE, whether they belong to a local ACFE chapter or not, may use this e-Learning Catalogue to obtain their CPE credits.
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