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The Accredited Counter Fraud Specialist Handbook.

By: Tunley, Martin.
Contributor(s): Whittaker, Andrew | Gee, Jim | Button, Mark.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Wiley, 2014Description: 1 online resource (305 p.).ISBN: 9781118798799.Subject(s): Fraud -- Prevention | Fraud investigation | FraudGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Accredited Counter Fraud Specialist HandbookDDC classification: 658.4/73 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
The Accredited Counter Fraud Specialist Handbook; Contents; CHAPTER ONE How the counter fraud profession developed and what the counter fraud professional should be; INTRODUCTION; COUNTER FRAUD PROFESSIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE; THE HISTORY OF THE COUNTER FRAUD PROFESSION; DEVELOPING A PROFESSIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE; THE ESSENCE OF THE COUNTER FRAUD PROFESSIONAL; The Enlightened Professional; The 'Reflective' Professional; The Counter Fraud Leader; REDEFINING THE COUNTER FRAUD PROFESSIONAL; REDEFINING THE LEXICON OF COUNTERING FRAUD
Communicating the Rewards of Successfully Countering Fraud to the Wider Organisation and Particularly the LeadersSecuring Positions of Influence within the Organisation; REVIEW; FURTHER READING; CHAPTER TWO The Fraud Act 2006 and fraud related legislation; INTRODUCTION; THE FRAUD ACT 2006; Offences Repealed; Overview; Criticism of the Fraud Act 2006; CRIMINAL LAW ACT 1977; CRIMINAL ATTEMPTS ACT 1981; THEFT ACT 1968; Section 1 - Basic definition of theft; Section 2 - Dishonesty; Section 3 - Appropriates; Section 4 - Property; Section 5 - Belonging to Another
Section 6 - Intention to Permanently DepriveFRAUD RELATED OFFENCES; Section 16 - Obtaining Pecuniary Advantage by Deception (repealed by the Fraud Act 2006); Section 17 - False Accounting; Section 24a - Dishonestly Retaining a Wrongful Credit; BRIBERY ACT 2010; COMPUTER MISUSE ACT 1990; Section 1 - Unauthorised Access to Computer Material; Section 2 - Unauthorised Access with Intent to Commit or Facilitate Commission of Further Offences; Section 3 - Unauthorised Acts with Intent to Impair, or with Recklessness as to Impairing, Operation of Computer, etc.
Section 3A - Making, Supplying or Obtaining Articles for Use in Offence under Section 1 or 3INVENTORY OF ADDITIONAL LEGISLATION; REVIEW; FURTHER READING; CHAPTER THREE Governing legislation; INTRODUCTION; CRIMINAL PROCEDURE AND INVESTIGATIONS ACT 1996; Introduction; The Role of the ACFS; Disclosure; Sensitive Material; DATA PROTECTION ACT 1998; DPA Terminology; Data Protection Principles; Criminal Offences; Statutory Exclusions; Best Practice to be DPA Compliant; HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 1998; How Does the HRA Work?; Convention Rights (the Articles); REGULATION OF INVESTIGATORY POWERS ACT 2000
What is Surveillance?Covert Surveillance; Directed Surveillance; Human and Technical Surveillance; Covert Human Intelligence Source (CHIS); Office of Surveillance Commissioner; TELECOMMUNICATIONS (LAWFUL BUSINESS PRACTICE) (INTERCEPTION OF COMMUNICATIONS) REGULATIONS 2000; POLICE AND CRIMINAL EVIDENCE ACT 1984; Scope of PACE and the Codes of Practice; Investigative Responsibilities; Right to Silence; Unreliable Evidence; Entry, Search and Seizure; Detention; Treatment in Custody; PUBLIC INTEREST DISCLOSURE ACT 1998; What Protection is Afforded to a Whistleblower?
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000
Summary: The most complete, step-by-step guide to the ACFS qualification The Accredited Counter Fraud Specialist Handbook is the only guide designed to support all mandatory elements of the ACFS qualification, in-depth and step-by-step. Written by recognized industry leaders, this book focuses specifically on the practitioner's role in fraud investigation in England and Wales, providing complete information about each stage in the investigative process. Readers gain access to all of the information needed to successfully complete the ACFS qualification, and to develop an awareness of the key skills req
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The Accredited Counter Fraud Specialist Handbook; Contents; CHAPTER ONE How the counter fraud profession developed and what the counter fraud professional should be; INTRODUCTION; COUNTER FRAUD PROFESSIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE; THE HISTORY OF THE COUNTER FRAUD PROFESSION; DEVELOPING A PROFESSIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE; THE ESSENCE OF THE COUNTER FRAUD PROFESSIONAL; The Enlightened Professional; The 'Reflective' Professional; The Counter Fraud Leader; REDEFINING THE COUNTER FRAUD PROFESSIONAL; REDEFINING THE LEXICON OF COUNTERING FRAUD

Communicating the Rewards of Successfully Countering Fraud to the Wider Organisation and Particularly the LeadersSecuring Positions of Influence within the Organisation; REVIEW; FURTHER READING; CHAPTER TWO The Fraud Act 2006 and fraud related legislation; INTRODUCTION; THE FRAUD ACT 2006; Offences Repealed; Overview; Criticism of the Fraud Act 2006; CRIMINAL LAW ACT 1977; CRIMINAL ATTEMPTS ACT 1981; THEFT ACT 1968; Section 1 - Basic definition of theft; Section 2 - Dishonesty; Section 3 - Appropriates; Section 4 - Property; Section 5 - Belonging to Another

Section 6 - Intention to Permanently DepriveFRAUD RELATED OFFENCES; Section 16 - Obtaining Pecuniary Advantage by Deception (repealed by the Fraud Act 2006); Section 17 - False Accounting; Section 24a - Dishonestly Retaining a Wrongful Credit; BRIBERY ACT 2010; COMPUTER MISUSE ACT 1990; Section 1 - Unauthorised Access to Computer Material; Section 2 - Unauthorised Access with Intent to Commit or Facilitate Commission of Further Offences; Section 3 - Unauthorised Acts with Intent to Impair, or with Recklessness as to Impairing, Operation of Computer, etc.

Section 3A - Making, Supplying or Obtaining Articles for Use in Offence under Section 1 or 3INVENTORY OF ADDITIONAL LEGISLATION; REVIEW; FURTHER READING; CHAPTER THREE Governing legislation; INTRODUCTION; CRIMINAL PROCEDURE AND INVESTIGATIONS ACT 1996; Introduction; The Role of the ACFS; Disclosure; Sensitive Material; DATA PROTECTION ACT 1998; DPA Terminology; Data Protection Principles; Criminal Offences; Statutory Exclusions; Best Practice to be DPA Compliant; HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 1998; How Does the HRA Work?; Convention Rights (the Articles); REGULATION OF INVESTIGATORY POWERS ACT 2000

What is Surveillance?Covert Surveillance; Directed Surveillance; Human and Technical Surveillance; Covert Human Intelligence Source (CHIS); Office of Surveillance Commissioner; TELECOMMUNICATIONS (LAWFUL BUSINESS PRACTICE) (INTERCEPTION OF COMMUNICATIONS) REGULATIONS 2000; POLICE AND CRIMINAL EVIDENCE ACT 1984; Scope of PACE and the Codes of Practice; Investigative Responsibilities; Right to Silence; Unreliable Evidence; Entry, Search and Seizure; Detention; Treatment in Custody; PUBLIC INTEREST DISCLOSURE ACT 1998; What Protection is Afforded to a Whistleblower?

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000

The most complete, step-by-step guide to the ACFS qualification The Accredited Counter Fraud Specialist Handbook is the only guide designed to support all mandatory elements of the ACFS qualification, in-depth and step-by-step. Written by recognized industry leaders, this book focuses specifically on the practitioner's role in fraud investigation in England and Wales, providing complete information about each stage in the investigative process. Readers gain access to all of the information needed to successfully complete the ACFS qualification, and to develop an awareness of the key skills req

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<p> MARTIN TUNLEY is a Senior Lecturer in Counter Fraud Studies at the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, University of Portsmouth. He is an Accredited Counter Fraud Specialist, an Accredited Counter Fraud Manager and an Accredited Criminal Intelligence Analyst.</p> <p> ANDREW WHITTAKER is a Senior Manager with PKF Littlejohn LLP. He is chair of the Counter Fraud Professional Accreditation Board's Training and Education Committee and is an Accredited Counter Fraud Trainer, an Accredited Counter Fraud Specialist and an Accredited Security Management Specialist.</p> <p> JIM GEE is Head of Forensic and Counter Fraud Services at PKF Littlejohn LLP, Chair of the Centre for Counter Fraud Studies, and a Visiting Professor at the University of Portsmouth. Jim was founding CEO of the NHS Counter Fraud Service, and has worked for Governments and private companies in 38 countries, including as a senior advisor on fraud to the UK Attorney General.</p> <p> MARK BUTTON is Director of the Centre for Counter Fraud Studies at the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies, University of Portsmouth. Mark also holds the position of Head of Secretariat of the Counter Fraud Professional Accreditation Board.</p>

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