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  • Wednesday, June 26 | 8:30–9:45 AM


    CPE: 1.5

    Level: Basic

    Recommended Prerequisites: None

    Field of Study: Communication and Marketing

    This session will show you how to prepare bullet-proof fraud reports to better ensure that police will lay criminal charges. Often the private sector is frustrated with the police due to misunderstandings that lead to cases not proceeding to court. This session will discuss losing trust in the police, prosecutors and the court system. It will include a comprehensive study of strategic and innovative ways to investigate and prosecute financial fraud and how to prepare for a criminal or civil prosecution. The session will also include practical ways to encourage a strong strategic team: police, prosecutors, regulators and the private sector.

    You Will Learn How To:

    • Evaluate how to prepare bullet-proof briefs for police
    • Assess current, complex frauds and recognize the need for collaboration among prosecutors, police, corporate investigators, regulators and the private sector
    • Identify methods of preparing and presenting police and court packages

    Norman DeBoer, CFE

    Police Officer, Waterloo Regional Police Service

    Norman DeBoer has been a member of the Waterloo Regional Police Service for the past 29 years and is currently in rural patrol. He was in the major fraud branch for 14 years investigating major frauds. Prior to joining the fraud branch he was a divisional fraud officer and a tactical officer on the emergency response team.

  • Norman DeBoer, CFE

    Police Officer, Waterloo Regional Police Service

    Norman DeBoer has been a member of the Waterloo Regional Police Service for the past 29 years and is currently in rural patrol. He was in the major fraud branch for 14 years investigating major frauds. Prior to joining the fraud branch he was a divisional fraud officer and a tactical officer on the emergency response team.

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