Anatomy of a fraud investigation : from detection to prosecution / Stephen Pedneault.
By: Pedneault, Stephen.Material type: BookCall no.: SOCY HV 2010 667488Publication: Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, c2010Description: xiv, 194 p.ISBN: 9780470560471; 0470560479.Subject(s): Fraud | Fraud investigation
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
First indications (they're doing what?) -- The importance of planning (maximizing desired outcomes) -- Collecting the evidence (a.k.a. "the raid") -- Reviewing the evidence (the day after) -- Electronic evidence considerations (computers, files, and communications) -- Interviewing (responding to tears) -- Importance of documentation (keeping track of things) -- Further investigative measures (obtaining more evidence) -- Tracking down leads (the plot thickens) -- Drawing conclusions (what does it all show?) -- Confronting the suspect ("I didn't do anything wrong") --
Documenting the investigation (your written report) -- Working towards a resolution ("I don't want to go to prison") -- Case closed! -- Epilogue: Do you want to know the outcome?
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