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Blowing the Whistle on Fraud with (a) Scott Porter and (b) the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre! (3.0 CPEs) Registration opens Dec 4, 2020

  • Tuesday, March 09, 2021
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Virtual

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PRESENTATION ONE
EMERGING TRENDS IMPACTING INVESTIGATIVE INTERVIEWING

with SCOTT PORTER, CPA, CA, DIFA, CFF
Senior Investigator of Professional Conduct
Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario

The world of investigative interviewing and the methods taught to investigative interviewers are at a critical crossroads. Courts are increasingly questioning traditional interview approaches, which tend to rely on deception detection methodology and are directed toward eliciting admissions and confessions.  This session will discuss emerging trends impacting investigative interviewing, advancing methods supported by science (i.e., PEACE, Motivational Interviewing) which are gaining traction all over the world. Participants will benefit from watching compelling real-life interview clips from both well executed and poorly executed interviews. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Compare current interview methodologies to determine which tactics are most effective in varying circumstances
  • Analyze emerging trends in investigative interviewing
  • Discover interviewing strategies that are particularly effective for those conducting interviews in a corporate environment
About Scott Porter 

Scott Porter has been a Senior Investigator at CPA Ontario for the past 13 years, where he conducts numerous interviews with CPAs alleged to have committed professional misconduct (e.g. fraud). Previously, Porter served as a manager with PriceWaterhouseCoopers' forensic accounting group. Porter has done multiple presentations to investigators across North America on conducting ethical, legal and effective interviews.  He has also written published materials and has been featured in a podcast.


PRESENTATION TWO
THE TRENDS of FRAUD over the PAST YEAR and
EMERGING TRENDS since the START of the COVID ENVIRONMENT.

About Mikaela Tulloch
Mikaela Tulloch is an analyst with the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (CAFC). She has been with the CAFC since 2015 working in their Operational Support Unit (OSU). Along with providing support to law enforcement, she currently runs the bank account disruption program and aids with cryptocurrency tracing. Previously, Mikaela was involved in other areas of the OSU including the merchant account and credit card disruption programs and statistics.


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