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Investigator and fraud fighter guidebook : operation war stories, Charles E. Piper

Label
Investigator and fraud fighter guidebook : operation war stories
Title
Investigator and fraud fighter guidebook
Title remainder
operation war stories
Statement of responsibility
Charles E. Piper
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
"Investigator and Fraud Fighter Guidebook provides investigative insight and guidance on how to conduct thorough and complete investigations. The methods taught will allow investigators to solve more cases - even with fewer resources. The author teaches how investigators should perform as many as ten different types of investigations simultaneously: 1. Criminal , 2. Civil, 3. Administrative, 4. ID similar wrongful acts by same suspect, 5. ID other wrongful acts by same suspect, 6. ID others who have committed same wrongs as suspect, 7. Project others who might commit similar acts in future, 8. ID Waste/Abuse, 9. ID Systemic Weaknesses (Cause/Contributing Factors), 10. Consider improvements/corrections to be made (to ensure the wrong does not reoccur)".--
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Provided by publisher
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DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1957-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Piper, Charles E.
Dewey number
363.25
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Criminal investigation
  • Fraud
Label
Investigator and fraud fighter guidebook : operation war stories, Charles E. Piper
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
Preface Acknowledgments Chapter 1 The Successful Investigator The Basics Investigator If You Have The Pig, You Have It Made Investigation Success Chapter 2 The Case Initiation Juristiction, Venue, And Purview Believable, Reliable, Or Credible Source Of Information Dollar Loss Seriousness/Harm Case Load Resources Funding/Finances Investigators' Desire Investigative Priorities Projected Remedy Prosecutor's Perogative Media Or Public Interest Political Interests Chapter 3 Conducting Thorough Investigations Questions To Answer Seven Questions -- The Five Ws And Two Hs Before, During, And After Chapter 4 Expanding Investigative Efforts Comparisons NCIC Resources Seven Questions: The Five Ws And Two Hs Plus "Else" Currently, Previously, Or In The Future Thinking Like Others Three Investigative Exploration Approaches Follow The Same Blueprint Chapter 5 Fraud, Waste, Abuse, and Systemic Weaknesses Examples Of Suggestions For Improvement Chapter 6 Summary Reports Types Of Investigative Reports Official Files And Working Files Other Reports Preparing To Write Length Of Reports Attachments And Exhibits To Reports Reports Should Stand Alone Report Formats Common Report Writing Mistakes Chapter 7 The Investigator's Toolbox: Resources, Tools, and Techniques Investigative Resources Organizations Other Professionals Public Records Investigative Tools And Techniques Search Warrants Subpoenas Interceptions And Tracking Devices NCIC Mail Covers Trash Covers Undercovers Photogrpahy, Video, And Audio Recordings Laboratory Analysis Informants Polygraphs And Deception Detectors Analysis And Audits Other Case Files And Police Reports Ask Chapter 8 Interviewing Interviews And Interrogation Rapport Listen And Then Talk Note Taking Corroboration Word Choice Planning Body Language Props Finish The Job Empathy Statement Analysis Pronouns Partial Truths Equal Deception Specifity Minimizing Can't Recall Think Plural Interview Notes Interview Room Skteches And Photographs Chapter 9 Case Planning Plans Change Murphy's Law Private Investigations Administrative Responsibilties Case Files Electronic Case Folder Working File Official File The Investigative Plan In Summary Juggling A Case Load And Time Management Time Management Chapter 10 Large Scale Investigations Communication Planning The Interview Log Re: Strategy The Final Summary Report Attachments And Exhibits Post Draft Report Report Distribution Investigative Notes And Evidence Chapter 11 Making Presentations Grahics, Charts, Visual Aids, Photos And Videos Investigator's Appearance And Voice A Copy For The Prosecutor Presentations To Supervisors Indictments, Convictions, And Dollar Recoveries Chapter 12 Providing Testimony Dealing With The Opposing Counsel Visual Aids In Court Make Sure You Understand The Question Chapter 13 Closing the Case Old Case Files Evidence Recommendations For Improvement Suspensions, Debarment, And Improvement Plans Chapter 14 Personal and Professional Growth Training Networking Physical Fitness Morale Insurance And Representation Preparing For The Future Teddy Roosevelt Conclusion Appendix Samples of Case Presentation Visual Aids About the Author Index
Control code
FIEb17531585
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxi, 313 pages
Isbn
9781118871171
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)861774215
Label
Investigator and fraud fighter guidebook : operation war stories, Charles E. Piper
Publication
Note
Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier.
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent.
Contents
Preface Acknowledgments Chapter 1 The Successful Investigator The Basics Investigator If You Have The Pig, You Have It Made Investigation Success Chapter 2 The Case Initiation Juristiction, Venue, And Purview Believable, Reliable, Or Credible Source Of Information Dollar Loss Seriousness/Harm Case Load Resources Funding/Finances Investigators' Desire Investigative Priorities Projected Remedy Prosecutor's Perogative Media Or Public Interest Political Interests Chapter 3 Conducting Thorough Investigations Questions To Answer Seven Questions -- The Five Ws And Two Hs Before, During, And After Chapter 4 Expanding Investigative Efforts Comparisons NCIC Resources Seven Questions: The Five Ws And Two Hs Plus "Else" Currently, Previously, Or In The Future Thinking Like Others Three Investigative Exploration Approaches Follow The Same Blueprint Chapter 5 Fraud, Waste, Abuse, and Systemic Weaknesses Examples Of Suggestions For Improvement Chapter 6 Summary Reports Types Of Investigative Reports Official Files And Working Files Other Reports Preparing To Write Length Of Reports Attachments And Exhibits To Reports Reports Should Stand Alone Report Formats Common Report Writing Mistakes Chapter 7 The Investigator's Toolbox: Resources, Tools, and Techniques Investigative Resources Organizations Other Professionals Public Records Investigative Tools And Techniques Search Warrants Subpoenas Interceptions And Tracking Devices NCIC Mail Covers Trash Covers Undercovers Photogrpahy, Video, And Audio Recordings Laboratory Analysis Informants Polygraphs And Deception Detectors Analysis And Audits Other Case Files And Police Reports Ask Chapter 8 Interviewing Interviews And Interrogation Rapport Listen And Then Talk Note Taking Corroboration Word Choice Planning Body Language Props Finish The Job Empathy Statement Analysis Pronouns Partial Truths Equal Deception Specifity Minimizing Can't Recall Think Plural Interview Notes Interview Room Skteches And Photographs Chapter 9 Case Planning Plans Change Murphy's Law Private Investigations Administrative Responsibilties Case Files Electronic Case Folder Working File Official File The Investigative Plan In Summary Juggling A Case Load And Time Management Time Management Chapter 10 Large Scale Investigations Communication Planning The Interview Log Re: Strategy The Final Summary Report Attachments And Exhibits Post Draft Report Report Distribution Investigative Notes And Evidence Chapter 11 Making Presentations Grahics, Charts, Visual Aids, Photos And Videos Investigator's Appearance And Voice A Copy For The Prosecutor Presentations To Supervisors Indictments, Convictions, And Dollar Recoveries Chapter 12 Providing Testimony Dealing With The Opposing Counsel Visual Aids In Court Make Sure You Understand The Question Chapter 13 Closing the Case Old Case Files Evidence Recommendations For Improvement Suspensions, Debarment, And Improvement Plans Chapter 14 Personal and Professional Growth Training Networking Physical Fitness Morale Insurance And Representation Preparing For The Future Teddy Roosevelt Conclusion Appendix Samples of Case Presentation Visual Aids About the Author Index
Control code
FIEb17531585
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xxi, 313 pages
Isbn
9781118871171
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)861774215

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