Interviewing and Interrogation Toolkit


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Unfortunately, most of us did not take "Interviewing Techniques 101" in school. Yet, as a fraud examiner, you might be challenged with the task of interviewing on a regular basis. The Interviewing and Interrogation Toolkit includes four helpful resources to improve your interviewing skills and become a more effective interviewer.

The Interviewing and Interrogation Toolkit includes: 

Finding the Truth: Effective Techniques for Interview and Communication (16 CPE Credits):
Every day, auditors, investigators, lawyers and other professionals are required to interview and elicit information from people as part of their jobs. This video self-study course will discuss the skills necessary to become a better communicator and a more effective interviewer.

Fraud-Related Interviewing:
Fraud-Related Interviewing concerns itself with the interview process as it relates to the fraud investigation, a fraud-related audit or inquiry into a reported fraud. This book utilizes interviews with convicted fraudsters to allow the reader to gain an understanding as to how fraudsters deliberate before, during and after the commission of fraud.

Report Writing Manual:
The Report Writing Manual provides simple, informative explanations detailing the elements that a fraud examination report should include and how to express the results of your investigation in an eloquent and succinct manner. Combining example reports, format recommendations and stylistics tips, the Report Writing Manual will help writers of any level improve their written communication skills and sharpen the quality of their work.

Interviewing and Interrogation, Second Edition:
The goal in an interrogation, or in any situation where a person with information might be uncooperative, is to effect a transition in willingness–ethically and legally. A successful interrogation becomes, in fact, an interview when the subject grows willing to yield details freely and honestly. In order to initiate this transition, the interrogator/interviewer must understand the subject's motivation, the basics of effective inquiry, and techniques of ethical and legal persuasion. This book demonstrates to interviewers the fundamentals of effective inquiry.