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ACFE Chicago & IIA Northwest Chicago Chapter Joint Fraud Conference 2012 Presentations
Fraud Conference Program 2012
Speaker 1: James D. Ratley, CFE
Planning and Conducting Your Internal Fraud Examination
Speaker 2: Denny Beran
Enhancing the Value of Internal Auditing
Speaker 3: Peter Goldmann
The Scary Truth about Fraud and What We Can Do About It
Speaker 4: Kathy Lavinder
Employment Trends and Opportunities in Fraud Investigation
Report to the Nations
2012 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse
2012 Global Fraud Study
2010 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse
2010 Global Fraud Study
2008 Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse
2008 Global Fraud Study
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Growing Your Global Network - 2011 IN REVIEW
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Leading the Profession - 2010 IN REVIEW
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The Dark Triad: Organized Crime, Terror and Fraud
By Frank S. Perri & Richard G. Brody
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to recognize that organized crime and terrorism do not always operate independently from each other but, at times, rely on each other to create synergistic outcomes and use the same tactics and methods to advance their goals such as the use of fraud...
CASE STUDY - The Flawed Interview of a Psychopathic Killer: What Went Wrong?
By Frank S. Perri
Abstract - The flawed interview of convicted killer Christopher Porco illustrates what occurs when a suspect’s psychopathic traits are not considered in formulating an interview strategy...
White-Collar Criminals: The 'Kinder, Gentler' Offender?
By Frank S. Perri
Abstract - Even though white-collar criminals (WCCs) cause financial damage and, at times, emotional and physical harm to individuals, organisations, and consumers, their crimes are viewed as being less harmful than street-level crimes...
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