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Code of Ethics
All Certified Fraud Examiners must meet the rigorous criteria for admission to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Thereafter, they must exemplify the highest moral and ethical standards and must agree to abide by the bylaws of the ACFE and the Certified Fraud Examiner Code of Professional Ethics.
Maintaining the Credential
CFEs must obtain a minimum of 20 hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) every 12-month period and pay annual membership dues to stay current in their profession.
Ethical Issues for Fraud Examiners (Online Self-Study)

In your work to resolve allegations of fraud, you might encounter ethical issues that require you to look beyond the technical requirements of your job and toward the moral dimensions.

Ethical Theory for Fraud Examiners (Online Self-Study)

As a fraud examiner, the decisions you make will be extremely important to your client or company as well as to the individuals you may be called upon to investigate.

Practical Ethics for Fraud Examiners (Online Self-Study)

In today's business climate, ethics is more than simply taking the moral high road—it is a matter of self-preservation.

CFE Code of Professional Standards
Adopted by the Board of Regents, February 22, 2001
ACFE On-site Training - Using Data Analytics to Detect Fraud

This ACFE on-site training course will teach your team the basic techniques of uncovering fraud through data analysis. Discover how to examine and interpret the results of data analytics tests to identify the red flags of fraud.

'It worked great for me ...'

In this issue’s column, four former students in Joyce Zadzilka’s Principles of Fraud Examination course at Syracuse University discuss the problem of false testimonials and the impact they have on consumer fraud.

10 popular health care provider fraud schemes

Learn some of the basic health care provider schemes and how to deter them from taking some easy money.

Geis, Sutherland and white-collar crime

Article excerpted from book comparing Edwin Sutherland and Gilbert Geis and their contributions to the study of white-collar crime.

Bells and whistles

This column is the adapted epilogue from the English-language version of 2012 Sentinel winner Michael Woodford's book, "EXPOSURE: INSIDE THE OLYMPUS SCANDAL: MY JOURNEY FROM CEO TO WHISTLE-BLOWER."

Wanted: gutsy fraud fighters

Interview with Preet Bharara, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York

China tackles emerging health care fraud

In part 2 of two parts, the author describes some of China's plans to tackle emerging health care frauds and joint U.S.-China efforts.

How do we teach ethics to future fraud examiners?

overview on how to teach ethics to university and college students

He sought and brought out the best in everyone

Memorial article on Gil Geis, with interviews from colleagues and admirers.

Second generation speaks

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