In recent years, the law enforcement community has become more aware ofwhite collar crime, yet has lacked the training for combating these criminals. Meanwhile, accountants are witnessing a rise in financial crime, but are not accustomed to examining for fraud during their audits. It has become imperative for students training for law enforcemen

chapter 1|14 pages

Economics of Crime

chapter 2|22 pages

Financial Crimes

chapter 3|28 pages

Offshore Activities

chapter 4|16 pages


chapter 5|16 pages

Net Worth Theory

chapter 6|8 pages

Expenditure Theory

chapter 7|14 pages

Scenario Case

chapter 8|12 pages

RICO Net Worth Solution

chapter 9|12 pages

Tax Net Worth Solution

chapter 10|12 pages

RICO Expenditure Solution

chapter 11|12 pages

Tax Expenditure Solution

chapter 12|36 pages

Organized Crime

chapter 13|6 pages

Trial Preparation and Testimony

chapter 14|14 pages

Accounting and Audit Techniques

chapter 15|22 pages

Sources of Information

chapter 16|36 pages

Wagering and Gambling

chapter 17|16 pages


chapter 18|12 pages

Fraud Prevention for Businesses

chapter 19|62 pages

Money Laundering

chapter 20|12 pages


chapter 21|16 pages

Banking and Finance

chapter 22|20 pages

Reports and Case Files

chapter 23|22 pages

Audit Programs

chapter 24|6 pages

Seizures and Forfeitures

chapter 25|14 pages

Judicial System

chapter 26|12 pages


chapter 27|18 pages

Physical Security

chapter 28|12 pages

Search Warrants

chapter 29|12 pages

Computer Crimes

chapter 30|8 pages

Fraud Examiner