Fraud Investigation

Fraud Investigation

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Techniques and principles for effectively controlling and handling a fraud investigation. R. G. Glick and R. S. Newsom explore the trilogy of fraud, the three-sided geometric analogy of false pretenses, trick and device, and embezzlement. These crimes of theft are the total basis of fraud, all other forms are mere modifications. A structured approach to each situation is presented giving basic points to be covered in a step-by-step process. Witnesses, statements, documentation, physical evidence and legal principles are these basic points which make up the final product presented for prosecution. Certain areas of study are included which in the past have not been normally a part of the general study of investigation in the police science curriculum. One of these is accounting, presented in simplified form as it applies to embezzlement (source and application of funds) and insurance frauds. Another is public records, a source of information frequently overlooked or ignored by investigators whose experience has been limited to burglary, robbery, and crimes of violence. Forgery and related offenses are examined and methods of classification, both manual and computerized, are discussed at length. Consumer and medical frauds, burgeoning problems which no longer can be ignored, are analyzed and methods of investigation are discussed. Included is the working relationship and joint responsibilities of police and regulatory agencies. The increase in real estate and corporate investment frauds with their interstate complications are discussed as to the interest and responsibility that a police agency has in such crimes. The type of evidence needed and the methods to develop it are examined along with sociological concepts and the resulting effect upon the community.It serves as a management decision-making guide, it is flexible, it is versatile.aquot; Further, aquot; is a tool, a guide, a picture of a project. Applied in its proper perspective , to a proper situation, it can be a great help. P.E.R.T. does not replace goodanbsp;...

Title:Fraud Investigation
Author: Rush G. Glick, Robert S. Newsom
Publisher:Charles C. Thomas Publisher - 1974-01-01

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