Fraud Ch 9 and 10
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Why are conversion searches performed?
a. to determine the extent of embezzlement
b. to gather evidence that can be used in interrogations to obtain a confession
c. to search the suspects home
a & b
Which is a place fraud examinters can get information from?
a. federal, state, and local agencies
b. private sources of information
c. online sources
d. using the net worth method of analyzing net worth method of spending
all of the above
Which is not a federal source of information?
a. department of justice
b. county clerk
Which is usually the most useful government source of information?
What is a benefit of county and local records?
The detailed nature of the records
Which of the following is an example of a source of private information?
a. utility records
b. asking previous acquaintances
d. all of the above
all of the above
Information maintained by credit reporting agencies is goverend by
Fair Credit Reporting Act of 1971
T/F The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act allows banks and other financial institutions to share customer information with anyone they want
What is part of the Net Worth Calculation
Assets-Liabilities = Net worth
The FBI regularly used the net worth method to determine whether suspected narcotics traffickers have income from illegal drug sales
All of the following are states in the reaction to crisis model except: anger, depression, denial, anxiety
Why is it important for interviews to be planned properly
It allows for objectives to be met minimizing the amount of time required
Which question type is said to be fact gathering?
The centeral purpose for interviews is typically expressed through which element of conversation
are worded in a way that makes it difficult to answer yes or no
has to do with how body movements convey meaning
How many interviewers should be used in potentially volatile situations?
Social scientists say more than ___ of the communication between invididucal is nonverbal
What is not a reason closing questions are important
to decide if respondent is guilty
When should the interviewer proceed to admission seeking questions?
When reasonable probability exists that the respondent has committed the act in question
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