XCPD-566 Criminal Investigative Techniques
Coursalytics is an independent platform to find, compare, and book executive courses. Coursalytics is not endorsed by, sponsored by, or otherwise affiliated with School of Continuing Studies.Full disclaimer.
Fraudulent financial reporting has received significant press in recent years with the well publicized failures or frauds at Enron, MCI, and Adelphia. This class addresses key criminal investigative and evidence building techniques used by law enforcement officers. Criminal Investigative Techniques will teach students investigative techniques employed by law enforcement officers to build evidence in a fraud case.
Course topics will include:
- Evidence collection
- Interviewing techniques
- Public records and data analysis
At the completion of the course, a successful student will be able to:
- Explain the goals of interviewing a fact witness versus a suspect.
- Describe the five common interviewing issues.
- Outline 3 criminal investigative techniques.
- Outline 3 evidence building techniques.
- Provide guidance to conduct an interview.
- Assess the meanings of conflicting signals.
Investigation Tools and Techniques (LR102)
A full and fair investigation of alleged employee misconduct is a critical component of due process. It is essential that you know the available tools and techniques when conducting such an investigation. This workshop covers:
- Analysis and investigation of major disciplinary offenses
- Practical techniques for conducting investigatory interviews
- How an arbitrator scrutinizes your investigation
- Analyzing the standards and evidence used in arbitrations involving major misconduct offenses, including scrutiny of the employer’s investigation
- Conducting a thorough investigation
- Techniques for authenticating evidence
- Interviewing management and employees
- How a concurrent criminal proceeding, workplace privacy laws, and other legal concerns affect the investigation
- Case study practice
This full-day, interactive workshop provides valuable information on how to conduct an investigation of major workplace offenses that may result in immediate termination and that are the likely subject of arbitration.
Who should attend
Labor relations, human resource, and operations professionals who investigate complex or serious matters in a unionized environment.