Certificate of Achievement

Matthew McGuire

has completed the following course:

Fraud Investigation: Making a Difference

Coventry University and City of London Police

On this course, you have explored the skills required to make a difference and prevent fraud. You have studied with the City of London Police the skills needed to conduct an effective and proactive fraud investigation. You have looked at the key enablers of fraud and learned how to apply the Fraud Investigation Model.

2 weeks, 2 hours per week

Rasha Kassem

Senior Lecturer in Accounting

Coventry University

Chris Felton

T/Detective Chief Inspector & Director Economic Crime Academy

City of London Police

Transcript

Learning outcomes

  • Identify the key enablers of fraud.
  • Explore the psychology of fraud criminals.
  • Interpret the nature of frequently reported fraud types.
  • Explain how to implement the Fraud Investigation Model (FIM).
  • Identify case management considerations specific to fraud investigations.
  • Interpret principles for working with victims.

Syllabus

  • Fraud types and factors: this topic will focus on the meaning and nature of fraud, fraud factors and the most common fraud types by volume reported in the UK.
  • The Fraud Investigation Model: this topic should explore how to use the Fraud Investigation Model to counter fraud.
  • Conducting effective fraud investigations: this topic should help you to understand the factors to be considered in an evaluation of the fraud prior to the investigation. You’ll also study case management considerations specific to fraud investigations.

Issued on 17th October 2021

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Free online course:

Fraud Investigation: Making a Difference

Coventry University