Access Device Fraud and Related Financial Crimes

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CRC Press, Jul 17, 2019 - Law - 176 pages
Access Device Fraud and Related Financial Crimes offers front-line exposure. It is a reference text that affords the student, financial investigator or law enforcement professional a true insight into a wide spectrum of criminal activity involving financial crimes. This book brings the reader back to the scene of cases in which the intensity and magnitude of the schemes presented a real challenge to the prowess of skilled investigators. It explores what makes financial crime the preferred crime and the means of successfully investigating them.
Thorough in their approach, yet easy to understand, the authors offer information on every facet of this complex criminal activity. With everything from the roles different law enforcement parties play in investigation, through recent technological advancements in encryption, to useful resources that are available for investigation, Access Device Fraud and Related Financial Crimes offers a one-stop resource for solving financial crime.

About the Authors:

Jerry Iannacci is a former law enforcement officer and was also a Fortune 500 corporate administrator/investigator. Currenlty, he is CEO of Catoctin Consultants, a legal resources group of criminal analysts and forensic examiners.

Ronald Morris is a veteran U. S. Secret Service Questioned Documents Forensic Examiner (retired). He currently is president of Ronald N. Morris and Associates, Inc., an affiliate of Catoctin Consultants.
 

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Contents

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Expanding Inmate Counseling Programs
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McGees Initiatives in California Prisons
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Inmate Employment and Training
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Inmate Schooling
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Prison Architecture
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Coping with Criminogenic Chemical Addictions
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Individual Counseling
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McGees Initiatives in California Community Corrections
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The Community Treatment Project
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WorkUnit Studies
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Deficiencies of Research on Promoting Jobs for ExPrisoners
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Vocational Training in Prison
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Unemployment Compensation for Newlyreleased Offenders
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The Need to Routinize Evaluation Research
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Coordinating Total Criminal Justice Systems
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An Optimum Division of Crimnal Justice LaborCriminal Justice Labor
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ProbationA Public Function in Trouble
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