• Law Enforcement and Government Partnership - Overview

     

    The ACFE Law Enforcement and Government Partnership (LEGP) assists domestic and international agencies at the federal, state and local levels by providing various discounts and benefits upon recognition of the Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) credential.

    Benefits of the ACFE Law Enforcement and Government Partnership 

     

    Discounts on ACFE conferences, seminars and other learning methods

    Discounts on CFE certification

    Complimentary booth space at the ACFE's annual fraud conference and exhibition*

    Assistance in recruiting highly qualified anti-fraud personnel for your agency

    No-cost coverage of your agency’s mission on Fraud-Magazine.com

    Recognition on the ACFE’s web site as a participant in the Law Enforcement and Government Partnership

    Peer networking with other anti-fraud specialists


    * This includes the European, Canadian and Asia-Pacific Fraud Conferences for international agencies. 
     

    Requirements for Participation

    Becoming a member of the LEGP is of no cost to the agency. The only requirement to participate in the partnership is the formal recognition of the Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) credential by: 
      

    Making the commitment to send at least three of your staff through the CFE program within two years of joining the LEGP

    Inclusion of the CFE in preferred hiring qualifications for the agency’s anti-fraud personnel

    Consideration of the CFE for promotional opportunities within the agency

     

    For further information please contact Sarah Ellis, Deputy Law Enforcement Liaison, by phone at: (800) 245-3321/+1 (512) 478-9000 or by email at: sellis@ACFE.com


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