Interviewing and reporting are critical skills for anti-fraud professionals. Knowing how to conduct effective interviews and identify deception can make or break a fraud examination. Reporting the results of an examination clearly and thoroughly supports the credibility of you and your work, and makes your findings more actionable.
Beyond the Numbers: Professional Interviewing Techniques
Explore the psychology of the interview process and learn the right way to conduct interviews with this intriguing self-study learning tool. Scott Barefoot, CFE, conducts three interviews in which he deftly handles difficult and sensitive situations. Learn more.
Elements of Internal Investigations: Interviewing and Reporting
Interviewing Prospective Witnesses
Report Writing and Signed Statements
Conducting Admission-Seeking Interviews
Finding the Truth: Effective Techniques for Interview and Communication
Interviewing and Interrogation Toolkit
Who's Lying? How to Identify and Document Untruthfulness in Fraud Investigations
Professional Interviewing Skills
This two-day, interactive course will teach you how to be more effective in asking direct and follow-up questions, while evaluating both verbal and non-verbal responses, so you can detect lies and uncover the truth during interviews. Learn more.
Advanced Interviewing Techniques Workshop
How to Testify
Interviewing Techniques for Auditors: Eliciting Information
Books & Manuals
Liespotting: Proven Techniques to Detect Deception
Liespotting links three disciplines – facial-recognition training, interrogation training and a comprehensive survey of research in the field – as well as techniques used in the intelligence community, police-training academies and universities. Learn more.
Report Writing Manual
Interviewing and Interrogation, Second Edition
Persuasive Interviewing: A Forensic Case Analysis