Fraud Examiners in White-Collar Crime Investigations.
By: Gottschalk, Petter.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: London : Routledge, 2015Copyright date: ©2015Edition: 1st ed.Description: 1 online resource (296 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781498725170.Subject(s): Corporations -- Corrupt practices.;Fraud -- Prevention.;Fraud investigation.;Fraud.;White collar crimesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Fraud Examiners in White-Collar Crime InvestigationsDDC classification: 363.2/5963 LOC classification: HV6768 .P33 2015Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Front Cover -- Contents -- About the Author -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: White-Collar Criminals -- Chapter 2: Empirical Study of Criminals -- Chapter 3: General Theory of Crime -- Chapter 4: Private Investigations -- Chapter 5: Investigation Characteristics -- Chapter 6: Information Management -- Chapter 7: Knowledge Management -- Chapter 8: Configuration Management -- Chapter 9: Systems Management -- Chapter 10: Evaluation of Investigations -- Chapter 11: Stage Model for Investigations -- Chapter 12: Sample Investigation Evaluations -- Chapter 13: Investigation Perspectives -- Conclusion -- Back Cover.
In Fraud Examiners in White-Collar Crime Investigations, Petter Gottschalk examines and evaluates the investigative processes used to combat white-collar crime. He also presents a general theory regarding the economic, organizational, and behavioral dimensions of its perpetrators. Pool Your Resources for a Successful Investigation Gottschalk emphasizes the importance of collaboration across multiple disciplines including accounting, law, and forensic science in solving each case of suspected white-collar crime. He describes each case as a "puzzle" or "project" consisting of several steps and several participating individuals or organizations. Since so many people participate in an investigation, Gottschalk advises that objectively acquired and communicated information is vital to successful results. Fraud Examiners in White-Collar Crime Investigations approaches case studies from the perspectives of police science and detective work rather than auditing and legal thinking. Gottschalk asserts that "the private detective rather than the firm lawyer" is the more potentially successful fraud examiner. His approach emphasizes the importance of using strategy and practice in yielding results toward solving a case and highlights the use of interviews. He looks at the role of people as significant resources of information to help solve white-collar criminal cases and explains how a well-conducted interview can have a significant impact on the progress of an investigation. Through the analyses theories Gottschalk presents, this book gives you a useful tool for understanding characteristics of white-collar crime and for devising strategies for conducting and evaluating investigations of suspected white-collar crimes.
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