2000

ARTICLES

 
“How to Run Investigations under the Revised FCRA”, in Preventing Business Fraud, by Jonathan E. Turner, CFE, CII, dealing with the requirement, responsibilities and opportunities that the revised FCRA presents, including investigations management, outsourcing, and compliance issues. (December 2000, Issue 00-12) 

“Workplace Investigations: Counterpoint”, in e-Dicta (a publication of the Tort and Insurance Section of the American Bar Association), by Jonathan E. Turner, CFE, CII, dealing with employment investigations and best practices for successfully resolving allegation of workplace misconduct. (Fall 2000, Vol. 2, No. 1)

"Business Fraud: A Global Phenomena", in W.A.D. News,  by R.A. (Andy) Wilson, CFE, CPP, concerning international business fraud by both internal and external combatants. (September 2000 Edition)

"Fraud's Finer Points: The Fraud Examiner's Toolbox", in The White Paper,  by Jonathan E. Turner, CFE, CII, reviewing the importance of analyzing each potential engagement from the perspective of availability, skill-sets, and resources to ensure excellence and maximize successes. (June 2000, Vol. 14, No.3)

   
“Fraud in the Banking Environment,” in Business Practices: Security Reference-Volume III, (ASIS International: Alexandria), by R.A. (Andy) Wilson, CFE, CPP, an industry best practices manual, dealing with the loss investigation and an airplane flip by a senior officer.   The article focuses on recovery through the financial institution bond.  (Published in May 2000).

       “Fraud in the Wires,” in Business Practices: Security Reference- Volume III, (ASIS International: Alexandria), by R.A. (Andy) Wilson, CFE, CPP, an industry best practices manual, dealing with the loss investigation of a dishonest accounting manager who directed a newly acquired company to wire large sums of money to her personal bank account.  The article focuses the complicated scheme and the recovery. (Published in May 2000).

  “Inventory Shortages” in Security Business Practices Reference, Volume III, (ASIS International: Alexandria), by Jonathan E. Turner, CFE, CII, an industry best practices manual, concerning investigative and control procedures to resolve senior management fraud and effect recoveries of corporate assets.   (Published in May 2000) 

 “Internal Fraud” in Security Business Practices Reference, Volume III, (ASIS International: Alexandria), by Jonathan E. Turner, CFE, CII, an industry best practices manual, concerning the prevention and control of international employee theft exposures. (Published in May 2000) 

"Personnel Security: Criminal Records Searches", in Security Business Practices Reference, Volume III,  (ASIS International: Alexandria), by Tommy L. Barlow, concerning the records retrieval, access and verification practices in this industry best practices manual.  (Published in May 2000) 

"Cash Register Shortages", in Security Business Practices Reference, Volume III, (ASIS International: Alexandria), Security Management:  by Ralph D. Anderson, CFE, concerning the investigation of losses in retain chain environments and the implementation of procedures to successfully reduce losses in this industry best practices manual.  (Published in May 2000) 

"Controlled Substance Variations", in Security Business Practices Reference, Volume III, Security Management: (ASIS International: Alexandria) by Pamela J. Segers, concerning the successful reduction of controlled substances exception and guidelines for investigating these occurrences in this industry best practices manual.  (Published in May 2000) 

"Employee and Vehicle Safety", in Security Business Practices Reference, Volume III, Security Management: (ASIS International: Alexandria), by Tommy L. Barlow, concerning policies and procedures to ensure workplace in this industry best practices manual.  (Published in May 2000) 


INTERVIEWS

 November 7: Jonathan E. Turner, CFE, CII, was interviewed by The Baltimore Sun newspaper for an article on fraud schemes involving federal programs and privately administered federal funds, including typical techniques, methodologies, and consequences.  

November 1: Jonathan E. Turner, CFE, CII, was interviewed by Security Management magazine for “It’s a Small World: Learn to Protect It: Privacy & Investigations”, dealing with the impact of privacy legislation of the investigative process.

September 12: Jonathan E. Turner, CFE, CII, was interviewed by Orlando Sun magazine for “Techniques and Technologies: Investigations”, dealing with the impact of the revised FCRA and other privacy legislation of the investigative process.

August 26:  R.A. (Andy) Wilson, CFE, CPP, was interviewed by The Investigator magazine for “Business Fraud:  A Global Phenomena,” dealing with business fraud and the issues and cures in the international market.

May 3: R.A. (Andy) Wilson, CFE, CPP,  was interviewed by Risk & Insurance magazine for “Will the Risk Manager Please Take the Stand,” dealing with court testimony, and how to prepare for the process.

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