The Online Fraud Examiners Manual is now available as part of your CFE membership! The Online Fraud Examiners Manual features:
You can access the manual by logging into the www.ACFE.com website, then you should see the link to access the manual at the bottom of the blue banner.
The Occupational Fraud 2022: A Report to the Nations® is also available on the ACFE website. You can access that by logging into the website, choosing the Fraud Resources Library drop down, and selecting the report. The 2022 Report is the 12th edition of the largest global study on occupational fraud. It is based on 2,110 real cases of occupational fraud, comprises data from 133 countries, and includes 23 major industry categories. It explores the costs, schemes, victims and perpetrators of fraud.
The State Auditor’s Office (SAO) provides citizens with independent and transparent examinations of how state and local governments use public funds, and develops strategies to make government more efficient and effective.
The Attorney General’s Office Consumer Protection Division provides information on a wide range of topics of interest to consumers, including identity theft, debt management, refund rights and scams that target elderly individuals.
At Pacific Northwest Chapter, ACFE, our vision is to create a community where mental health is a top priority and individuals can access the resources they need to achieve optimal well-being.
You can sign up for Consumer Alerts and Business Alerts, report fraud and search their legal library.
National Consumer Protection Week 2023 is March 5-11. Look for events here, including a local event in Bothell on March 7.
NW3C provides a nationwide support system for law enforcement and regulatory agencies tasked with the prevention, investigation, and prosecution of economic and high-tech crime. They provide excellent training.