Economic Crime Investigation
Course Description - This 36-hour course is designed to train law enforcement officers in the investigation and prosecution of fraud and financial crimes. Curriculum addresses such issues as current crime trends, investigative techniques, and legal tactics necessary to identify and combat these increasingly complex cases. Although the focus of this course is on sophisticated types of fraud and financial crime, a review of basic concepts is integrated into the instruction.
Who Should Attend - Officers who are currently assigned to fraud and financial crime units. Information contained in this course applies to experienced investigators as well as for those who have been recently assigned to this specialized area of criminal investigation.
Course Objectives - To provide students with the basic knowledge and skill necessary to identify and combat a wide range of fraud and financial schemes.
- Identity Theft
- Credit Card Fraud
- Elderly and Dependent Adult Schemes
- Organized Criminal Fraud Enterprises
- Forensic Document Examination
- Investigative Resources
- Prosecution Tactics and Issues
Additional Information - For further information contact the ATC at (916) 464-1200, and ask for the Program Training Officer or Secretary for this course.