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1 CRJ557 Fraud Investigation Credit Hours: 3 Contact Hours: This is a 3-credit course, offered in accelerated format. This means that 16 weeks of material is covered in 8 weeks. The exact number of hours per week that you can expect to spend on each course will vary based upon the weekly coursework, as well as your study style and preferences. You should plan to spend hours per week in each course reading material, interacting on the discussion boards, writing papers, completing projects, and doing research. Course Description and Outcomes Course Description: The course explores types of commonly investigated financial frauds. Topics include investigative techniques, evidence gathering, embezzlement issues, and how to testify professionally in legal proceedings. Students will learn about document coverage, such as search warrants, seizure warrants and civil injunctions through lecture and practice using real-life cases and discussions. Course Overview: This course examines a variety of financial fraud that is commonly investigated. Fraud, including financial misstatements and embezzlements, will be introduced. Topic coverage will include investigative techniques, evidence gathering, and how to testify professionally in legal proceedings. In addition, coverage of documents, such as search warrants, seizure warrants, and civil injunctions, will be interlaced throughout the term. The material coverage will be reinforced and enhanced using real-life cases and discussions. Course Learning Outcomes: 1. Analyze the process and the problems of fraud investigations including illicit transactions that indicate fraudulent activity or the heightened risk of fraud. 2. Evaluate the elements of proof peculiar (e.g., terrorism financing) to white-collar crimes. 3. Apply accounting and auditing theories for investigators as well as techniques for effective financial interviewing and interrogation. 4. Infer and identify issues that arise when obtaining public information, a subpoena, and search warrants. 5. Determine practices of evidence and documentation in court proceedings. 6. Create an investigative report. Participation & Attendance Prompt and consistent attendance in your online courses is essential for your success at CSU-Global Campus. Failure to verify your attendance within the first 7 days of this course may result in your withdrawal. If for some reason you would like to drop a course, please contact your advisor.

2 Online classes have deadlines, assignments, and participation requirements just like on-campus classes. Budget your time carefully and keep an open line of communication with your instructor. If you are having technical problems, problems with your assignments, or other problems that are impeding your progress, let your instructor know as soon as possible. Course Materials Textbook Information is located in the CSU-Global Booklist on the Student Portal. Course Schedule Due Dates The Academic Week at CSU-Global begins on Monday and ends the following Sunday. Discussion Boards: The original post must be completed by Thursday at 11:59 p.m. MT and Peer Responses posted by Sunday 11:59 p.m. MT. Late posts may not be awarded points. Opening Exercises: Take the opening exercise before reading each week s content to see which areas you will need to focus on. You may take these exercises as many times as you need. The opening exercises will not affect your final grade. Mastery Exercises: Students may access and retake mastery exercises through the last day of class until they achieve the scores they desire. Critical Thinking: Assignments are due Sunday at 11:59 p.m. MT. Live Classroom: Although participation is not required, Live Classroom sessions are held during Week 2 and Weeks 5 or 6. There are two total sessions. Week # Readings Assignments Chapters 1 & 4 in Forensic Accounting and Fraud PowerPoint for Chapter 1 in Forensic Accounting and Mehmet, M., Wijesekera, D., & Buchholtz, M. F. (2013). Money laundering detection framework to link the disparate and evolving schemes. Journal of Digital Forensics, Security & Law, 8(3), Chapters 6, 8, & 9 in Forensic Accounting and Fraud PowerPoint for Chapter 9 in Forensic Accounting and Alalehto, T. (2011). The rate of white collar crime: The hot spot of white collar crime in Sweden during the 2000 decade. Journal of Current Issues in Crime, Law & Law Enforcement, 4(4), Chapter 10 in Forensic Accounting and Fraud Critical Thinking (100 points) Critical Thinking (125 points) Live Classroom (0 points) Portfolio Deliverable (50 points of

3 PowerPoint for Chapter 10 in Forensic Accounting and Portfolio grade) Hussain, S. N., & Manzoor, S. R. (2014). Enhancing firm financial position by reducing white collar crime through financial crime control remedies: a study of KP Hospitals. Pakistan Journal of Commerce & Social Sciences, 8(2), Chapter 11 in Forensic Accounting and Fraud Critical Thinking (100 points) PowerPoint for Chapter 11 in Forensic Accounting and Live Classroom (0 points) Mei, F., Chan, L., McVay, S. E., & Skaife, H. (2015). Does Ineffective internal control over financial reporting affect a firm's operations? Evidence from firms' inventory management. Accounting Review, 90(2), doi: /accr Chapter 12 in Forensic Accounting and Fraud PowerPoint for Chapter 12 in Forensic Accounting and Sanchez, M. (2012). The role of the forensic accountant in a Medicare fraud identity theft case. Global Journal of Business Research (GJBR), 6(3), Chapter 12 in Forensic Accounting and Fraud PowerPoint for Chapter 10 in Forensic Accounting and Holland, R. (2014). Of discounts and dangers: Swapping, discounting, and the anti-kickback statute. Journal of Health Care Compliance, 16(1), Chapters 14 & 15 in Forensic Accounting and Fraud PowerPoint for Chapter 14 in Forensic Accounting and Seitz, J., Oeding, J., & Wiese, M. (2015). Is it ethical for the U.S. government to offer financial awards to potential whistleblowers of financial statement fraud and internal control violations? Journal of Theoretical Accounting Research, 10(2), Chapter 16 in Forensic Accounting and Fraud PowerPoint for Chapter 16 in Forensic Accounting and Sanchez, M. H., & Zhang, S. W. (2012). The role of the expert witness in accounting fraud cases. Global Journal of Business Research (GJBR), 6(1), Portfolio Deliverable (50 points of Portfolio grade) Critical Thinking (125 points) Portfolio (350 points)

4 Assignment Details This course includes the following assignments/projects: Module 1 Critical Thinking Assignment (100 points) Choose one of the following two assignments to complete this week. Do not do both assignments. Identify your assignment choice in the title of your submission. Option #1: Fraud Investigations and Financial Crimes Describe the major and legal elements of fraud theory. Identify the roles of the forensics accountant and certified fraud examiner during an investigation assignment. Discuss the asset forfeiture and seizure process during an investigation. What system tools (e.g., ratios, ACL, etc.) are applicable to this type of investigation? Your responses to the questions and statements must be supported with 2-3 sources. The CSU-Global Library is a good place to find these references. Your paper should be 2-3 pages in length and conform to CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements. Option #2: Fraud Investigations and Red Flags Red flags are a key component in developing an effective anti-fraud program for a company. In this activity, you will assume the role of a fraud investigator who has been asked to consult on a recent white-collar crime. Conduct research using the internet and/or the CSU-Global library and locate a company that was recently involved in a white-collar crime. This could be a case of financial statement fraud, embezzlement or something similar. You have been asked by this company to develop a presentation for its executives that showcases what red flags were present and how addressing them could have helped prevent the crime that was committed. In your 6-slide PowerPoint presentation, you must support your claims with at least two references in addition to your textbook. Your submission must be formatted according to CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements. The CSU-Global Library is a good place to search for references. Portfolio Project Options #1 and #2 Reminder A Portfolio Project is due at the end of Week 8 of this course. This week, read the Portfolio Project Description and review the Portfolio Project grading rubric in the Week 8 folder. There is no Portfolio Project activity due this week Review all pertinent documents and ponder your strategy for this activity. You will be required to submit your Portfolio Project outline in Module 3 and then your references in Module 5. Module 2

5 Module 3 Module 4 Critical Thinking Assignment (125 points) Choose one of the following two assignments to complete this week. Do not do both assignments. Identify your assignment choice in the title of your submission. Option #1: Legal and Effective Financial Interviewing Techniques During an investigation process, you determined that the subject is not cooperating. Identify tools that could be used to overcome this situation. What steps could be used to formulate a successful interview or interrogation? Next, identify the subject s amendment rights and how to overcome the loopholes in the court system to complete a successful investigation. What are the pros and cons of the amendment rights in this situation? Your analysis and statements must be supported with 2-3 scholarly sources in addition to the textbook from the CSU-Global Library. Your paper should be 3-4 pages in length. Be sure the paper is double-spaced and includes title and reference pages. Your submission must be formatted according to CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements. See CSU-Global Library for sample paper found under the APA Guide & Resources link. Option #2: Legal and Effective Financial Interviewing Techniques Consider what you have learned this week regarding financial interviews and interrogation. Assume the role of a fraud investigator who has been asked to provide a PowerPoint presentation at a law enforcement conference on this topic. Specifically, you have been asked to develop 6 PowerPoint slides that evaluate the similarities and differences in conducting an interview and interrogation of a white-collar criminal as compared to a violent criminal, such as Jodi Arias. The video below shows the Jodi Arias criminal interview. In your 6-slide PowerPoint presentation, you must support your claims with at least two references in addition to your textbook. Your submission must be formatted according to the CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements. Portfolio Project Milestone Options #1 and #2 (50 points of final Portfolio Project) Develop and submit a one-page word document outline that presents the specifics you plan to address in your final paper. Use APA formatting in your outline, i.e., Section I, II, III etc. Content must be well written and formatted according to CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements. Critical Thinking Assignment (100 points) Choose one of the following two assignments to complete this week. Do not do both assignments. Identify your assignment choice in the title of your submission. Option #1: Case Study: Taking from the Poor to Give to the Rich Review the Cash Receipt Schemes and Other Asset Misappropriations case study in Chapter 11 of your textbook. Identify the internal controls that were compromised. Then, respond to these questions:

6 Module 5 Module 6 Why did the auditor(s) not detect this crime? Who is responsible for monitoring 501(C) 3 entities? How should the fundraising entity fund collections have been managed? What elements of the fraud triangle were violated? Your analysis and statements must be supported with 2-3 sources in addition to the textbook. The CSU-Global Library is a good place to find academic sources. Your paper should be 2-3 pages in length, and must be formatted according to CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements. Be sure the paper is double-spaced and includes title and reference pages. Option #2: Inventory Fraud Assume the role of a fraud consultant who has been hired by ACME Company to provide a presentation to 100 nationwide managers. Specifically, create a PowerPoint presentation that will outline the key preventative steps for each store to follow in order to reduce the potential for inventory fraud. Assume that ACME is a big box home improvement company similar to Home Depot and Lowes. Make sure you tailor your presentation to these midlevel managers. In your 6-slide PowerPoint presentation, you must support your claims with at least two references in addition to your textbook. Your submission must be formatted according to CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements. The CSU-Global Library is a good place to find academic sources. Portfolio Project Options #1 and #2 Milestone (50 points of final Portfolio Project) Conduct research and locate at least 5 outside sources that you will be using in your final portfolio project; utilize the CSU-Global Library for this search. List your references in a word document and then provide a summary of at least 2 sentences per resource of how this source will be used in your paper. Content must be well written and formatted according to CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements. Critical Thinking Assignment (125 points) Choose one of the following two assignments to complete this week. Do not do both assignments. Identify your assignment choice in the title of your submission. Option #1: Corruption and Scam Artists The following link provides a transcript of the documentary, Inside Job, narrated by Matt Damon. Peruse the transcript and reflect on the financial tools and measures described. (You may also search and review portions of the film on YouTube.) Then, identify the controls that were compromised. Consider what regulatory agency(s) are responsible for investigating this type of crime. Finally, discuss the audit test steps to uncover this type of fraud. Provide recommendations and conclusion. Requirements. Your analysis and statements must be supported with at least two sources in addition to the textbook. The CSU- Global Library is a good place to find academic sources. Your paper should be 3-4 pages in length, and formatted according to CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA

7 Be sure the paper is double-spaced and includes title and reference pages. Option #2: Negative Impact of Fraud You have been hired as a fraud consultant by ABC Insurance Company to provide a keynote presentation at its annual kickoff meeting. The theme of the meeting is Ethical Awareness and you are tasked with addressing the 200 employees of this company at the meeting. In attendance will be all employees, from the CEO to the customer service representatives who answer the main phone lines. Consider all you have learned about ethics and fraud motivation and develop a 6-slide PowerPoint presentation that will serve to develop an awareness of potential fraud in this company. The company has asked you to create an awareness of the negative impact of fraud and how ethics plays a major role in this. Consider your audience when developing your presentation. In your 6-slide PowerPoint presentation, you must support your claims with at least two references in addition to your textbook. Your submission must be formatted according to CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements. The CSU-Global Library is a good place to find academic sources. Module 8 Portfolio Project (350 points) Choose one of the following two Portfolio Project assignments to complete before midnight of Week 8. Do not do both assignments. Identify your assignment choice in the title of your submission. Also be sure to complete and deliver the Portfolio Milestone assignments that are due before midnight of Weeks 3 and 5. For details, review the Portfolio Project Milestone assignment descriptions in the Weeks 3 and 5 folders and the Portfolio Project grading rubric in the Week 8 folder. Portfolio Option 1: Real World Government Investigation (350 points) For Portfolio Project Option 1, you will assume the role of a government investigator who has been asked to examine why cash shortages have been occurring at ABC Company. You will need to identify who is committing the fraud and gain evidence in order to obtain a conviction against the individual(s) involved. Read the Portfolio Project Fact Pattern Sheet, which is linked to this assignment in the Module 8 folder. Prepare a memorandum that addresses the following items in detail: What is the type of fraud being investigated? Who are the possible perpetrator(s) of the cash shortages? Based on the facts presented, identify possible deficiencies within the internal control system of ABC. If this was a publicly held company, what are some of the possible violations of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act? Please list all sections of the Act that are potentially violated and the evidence that supports your position. How can the deficiencies of the internal control system be mitigated? Identify any conflicts of interests within this case and analyze possible outcomes that may occur. What are some of the motivating factors and criminal opportunities that would cause this crime to occur? What patterns of behavior point towards the individual(s) being the perpetrator(s) of the cash shortages?

8 For investigative purposes, what evidence needs to be procured in order to substantiate a conviction for the individual(s) involved? Please list the documents needed, what items will require a subpoena or search warrant, etc., assuming that you are a public investigator from a state agency authorized to conduct such investigations. After obtaining and reviewing the evidence, you feel you are ready to interview the perpetrator(s). What is your recommended approach to such an interview? What series of questions (maximum of ten questions) would you most likely use? Please write up your findings to your investigation, stating: The name of the accused. Evidence that links the person(s) to the crime. Charges recommended to the prosecutor. You should have a section in your report that addresses each item separately and in chronological order. Your paper should be approximately 8-10 pages in length, be supported by at least 5 outside sources, and conform to the CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements. Your sources may be from this course or from the CSU-Global Library. Portfolio Project Option #2: Real World Criminal Case Analysis For Portfolio Project Option #2, you will assume the role of a fraud investigator and analyze a real-world criminal case that has been investigated and prosecuted. There are several components to this project and two preliminary deliverables due before Module 8. Read the Portfolio Project Fact Pattern Sheet, which is linked to this assignment in the Module 8 folder. In this project, you will perform a comprehensive review and evaluation of fraud at CIT Computer Leasing Group, Inc. and then answer key questions in regard to this fraud occurrence. As you construct your responses, you must use key concepts and principles from the course. Be sure to integrate accounting and auditing theory, sound practice of evidence and documentation for court, subpoenas, and search warrants. As a fraud investigator hired by CIT, you are tasked with reviewing this case and providing detailed responses to the questions listed below. You will be presenting your PowerPoint to the executive team, so develop your answers accordingly. Furthermore, make sure to indicate specific investigative tactics that you would have utilized. 1. Analyze and evaluate the system of internal controls at CIT and create a new program that you think would be more effective. 2. Consider the behavioral aspects of the fraud at CIT; what employee behavioral cues were present and how could they have helped to detect fraud earlier? 3. Analyze how Niakan s role at CIT violated the segregation of duties. 4. Explain the three aspects of the fraud triangle and how these factors enabled fraud to occur at CIT. 5. What were the red flags that signaled fraud was occurring at CIT? What should auditors, fraud examiners, and colleagues pay attention to that could indicate fraud? 6. What techniques did Werle use to uncover the fraud? Should she have done anything differently? 7. Do you think a regularly scheduled ethics training program would have helped prevent fraud at CIT? Your project should be approximately PowerPoint slides in length, and be supported by at least 5 outside sources. Be sure to address all seven questions and also integrate recommendations at the conclusion of your presentation. Content must be well written and formatted according to the CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements. The CSU-Global Library is a good place to find academic resources.

9 Your final PowerPoint is due by the end of Module 8. Ensure it is well crafted, free from errors, and clearly organized. Course Policies Course Grading 20% Discussion Participation 45% Critical Thinking Assignments 35% Final Portfolio Paper 0% Live Classroom Grading Scale and Policies A A B B B C C D F 59.9 or below In-Classroom Policies For information on late work and incomplete grade policies, please refer to our In-Classroom Student Policies and Guidelines or the Academic Catalog for comprehensive documentation of CSU-Global institutional policies. Academic Integrity Students must assume responsibility for maintaining honesty in all work submitted for credit and in any other work designated by the instructor of the course. Academic dishonesty includes cheating, fabrication, facilitating academic dishonesty, plagiarism, reusing /re-purposing your own work (see CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements for percentage of repurposed work that can be used in an assignment), unauthorized possession of academic materials, and unauthorized collaboration. The CSU-Global Library provides information on how students can avoid plagiarism by understanding what it is and how to use the Library and Internet resources. Citing Sources with APA Style All students are expected to follow the CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements when citing in APA (based on the APA Style Manual, 6th edition) for all assignments. For details on CSU-Global APA style, please review the APA resources within the CSU-Global Library under the APA Guide & Resources link. A link to this document should also be provided within most assignment descriptions on your course s Assignments page. Disability Services Statement CSU Global is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for all persons with disabilities. Any student with a documented disability requesting academic accommodations should contact the Disability Resource Coordinator at and/or for additional information to coordinate reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities. Netiquette Respect the diversity of opinions among the instructor and classmates and engage with them in a courteous, respectful, and professional manner. All posts and classroom communication must be conducted in accordance

10 with the student code of conduct. Think before you push the Send button. Did you say just what you meant? How will the person on the other end read the words? Maintain an environment free of harassment, stalking, threats, abuse, insults or humiliation toward the instructor and classmates. This includes, but is not limited to, demeaning written or oral comments of an ethnic, religious, age, disability, sexist (or sexual orientation), or racist nature; and the unwanted sexual advances or intimidations by , or on discussion boards and other postings within or connected to the online classroom. If you have concerns about something that has been said, please let your instructor know.

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