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So You Want To Be An Expert Witness?

Before becoming an expert witness, make sure to study the past and current standards for the admissibility of expert testimony to ensure that you are familiar with the rules and case law

ACFE On-site Training: Professional Interviewing Skills

One of the most highly rated courses, this ACFE on-site training seminar will teach your group how to detect detection and gain insight in professional interviews.

ACFE Course Outline - Effective Report Writing for Fraud Examiners

Whether working with a client or as part of an internal investigation, communicating your findings is an important part of the fraud examination process. A written report provides not only a record of the investigation’s results, but can build credibility for your work.

Something's Fishy at Jones Company

A fictional case designed for classrooms or seminars to illustrate important aspects of the fraud examination process.

In the company of criminals

Interview with Chris Mathers who worked undercover for 20 years for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and the former U.S. Customs Service.

They stole food from the mouths of babes

The author describes her fraud examination work on the case of humanitarian aid fraud and provides tips on working in Africa.

Second generation speaks

Part 2 of 2-part article on the future of the ACFE, as seen through the newest CFEs

Extinguishing an arson fraud

Case study of an insurance fraud involving arson

‘This is a battle, and we’re fighting side by side’

Interview with James Ratley about history of ACFE

Fraudulent charities in the wake of disaster

There are many actions that individuals and organizations can take to help give them confidence their donations will not be misused.