sec251 | undergraduate
Investigative Services And Specialties
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Legal and Internal Investigations
- Identify the key elements in a workplace theft investigation.
- Describe the process of skip trace/locate investigations.
- Summarize the key concepts in trial and hearing testimony.
- Explain basic legal concepts and processes.
- Describe the role of the legal investigator.
- Identify the key elements in a workplace drug investigation.
- Identify the key elements in a workplace sabotage and espionage investigation.
Background and Due Diligence Investigations
- Explain due diligence and background investigations.
- Differentiate between business background and applicant background.
- Identify the key elements of due diligence and background investigations.
- Interpret the legal constraints on due diligence and background investigations.
- Describe the process of pre-employment investigations and applicant adverse findings.
Arson and Insurance Fraud Investigations
- Summarize critical components of insurance.
- Describe main components of insurance fraud.
- Identify the key elements of insurance liability investigations.
- Summarize the key elements of arson investigations.
- Explain the key elements of workers compensation investigations.
Fraud and Computer Investigations
- Analyze white-collar and corporate fraud schemes.
- Evaluate the impact of corporate fraud.
- Explain the general concepts of computer forensic analysis.
- Summarize the investigative methodology for computer crime investigation.
Foundations of Investigative Careers
- Describe the job outlook for private sector investigative careers.
- Describe the assignments performed by private sector investigators.
- Summarize attributes of a successful investigator.
- Explain investigative methods used to obtain information.
- Explain potential sources of information by category.
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