Collecting evidence in the form of statements from witnesses and suspects is a critical part of a fraud examiner’s job. But collecting statements isn’t enough; a successful fraud examiner must be able to recognize signs of deception that could affect their investigation. In this course, you will learn indicators of deception in written or verbal statements that you can use when evaluating statements.
You Will Learn How To:
Recognize signs that subjects are being deceptive in written or verbal statements
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Advanced Preparation: None
Field of Study: Communications
Last updated: September 2017
Delivery Method: Nano Learning
ACFE online self-study courses feature:
24/7 access to courses through your Internet browser
Save time and quickly earn CPE credits with instant access, grading and printable certificate
The flexibility to start or stop a course and pick-up right where you left off
No additional shipping fees
Internet access: High-speed connection recommended
Free Adobe Flash Player
Speakers required for video sound
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: What are nano self-study courses?
A: Nano self-study courses are 10-minute explorations of specific anti-fraud topics.
Q: Why should I take a nano self-study course?
A: Nano self-study courses allow you to learn useful snippets of anti-fraud knowledge while earn NASBA approved CPE without committing a lot of time or money. Like all our online self-study courses, nano courses offer immediate, 24/7 access.