Fraud and corruption and financial and economic crime are acknowledged as a major scourge and block to progress for organisations, governments and society at large worldwide. Whether the focus is at an organisational or wider level, the ability to successfully detect potential cases and undertake evidence-based investigations that result in prosecution, or other appropriate corrective action, has never been more important.
This five-day programme is focused on the detection, investigation and prosecution of fraud and corruption. Delegates will explore detection techniques in high risk areas and the key indicators of cybercrime and financial and economic crime, including money laundering.
They will gain vital new investigation tools and techniques, including the use of data analytics and other sources of evidence. The skills gained will increase the likelihood of a successful outcome to investigations. Highly interactive, it uses realistic seize and search scenarios to illustrate best-practice investigation and interview techniques when a suspected case is uncovered.
It will benefit all those that have an involvement in detecting, investigating and prosecuting potential organisational fraud and corruption.
On completion, you will be able to:
- Recognise the key risk areas for fraud and corruption, including public office, tax, procurement and contracting
- Detect potential cases and plan and execute a thorough investigation, including interviews with suspects
- Confidently use forensic investigation tools and techniques, including data analytics
- Increase the likelihood of asset recovery and a successful prosecution or non-legal response
- Detection techniques in high risk fraud areas
- Forensic IT and Accountancy, and the role of other specialists
- Using data analytics in your investigation
- Building a case for prosecution or other appropriate corrective action
- Seizure and recording of evidence, including digital evidence
- Appropriate treatment and interviewing of witnesses and suspects
- Recovering assets
This is week two of Countering, Investigating and Prosecuting Fraud and Corruption
All courses will be conducted entirely in English. A proficient level of both spoken and written English is required by all delegates so that they are able to fully benefit from the course and participate in our interactive style of training.