This course will provide the conceptual foundations for conducting fraud and financial crimes investigations by breaking the process of investigations into component parts. Practical exercises are included. Topics include: developing investigative leads; thresholds and triaging investigative leads; building the Desktop Investigator/Analyst; conducting interviews; writing the investigative report; investigative ethics; supporting the investigation; and professional development will be discussed.
Aaron M. Denbo is a seasoned instructor, interviewer, and investigator who focuses on applying innovative and effective techniques to the investigative process. Mr. Denbo is a Certified Fraud Examiner and Certified Forensic Interviewer with investigative specializations in Healthcare Fraud, Organized Crime, Interviewing, and SOSINT. He earned a Masters degrees in Religion and a Master of Applied Science in Security Management with a subject matter focus on Organizational Security.
He also holds advanced certificates in Forensic Linguistics and a certificate in Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design. His investigative background includes fraud investigation in Higher Education entitlement programs, Healthcare Fraud, and Insurance fraud. He is currently a fraud investigator in the Pacific Northwest and Investigations instructor for The School of Theftonomics and The Counter Fraud Academy.