||CPE Credits: 8
Course Level: Basic
Bank records are often used to transfer and conceal proceeds acquired in intricate fraud schemes. This workbook self-study course explores analyzing bank records including the various types of bank records, how to interpret them, the detection methods used to uncover varied illegal activities through bank records, and the formats used to present these activities in graphics and writing. After reviewing the information presented, you will then be given the opportunity to complete a case study using bank record files.
What you will learn:
Interpret basic bank records
Extract leads from bank records
Identify leads in bank records
Identify indicators of illegal activity in the bank records
Develop conclusions and recommendations from bank records
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Field of study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications
Last Updated: august 2011
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