Start 25.4.2018 until 1.4.2018
For 5 Days is £3290
For 10 Days is £5800
This course deals with the legal issues which may have an impact on the functions of a practitioner in the fraud and corruption environment.
Legal issues and resultant risks may arise from the screening of potential employees up to the recovery of an entity’s losses. In between these two phases a number of other important issues may arise, such as: is the conduct in fact criminal in nature, which legal mechanisms can we use in order to obtain evidence, what legal issues must we be aware of when witnesses and suspects are interviewed, how can we ensure that evidence obtained as a result of more unconventional investigative techniques(such as trapping and the interception of electronic and other communications) will be admissible in a subsequent court of law or disciplinary hearing, what reporting duties are activated in the course of an investigation and how do we deal with issues relating to the access of information- not only in respect of information we require for our investigations but also in respect of requests pertaining to our investigations and reports and what are the labour law-related pitfalls which stand in the way of a successful disciplinary hearing?
This course therefore deals with pertinent legal issues which may arise in the prevention, detection and, specifically also, the investigation of irregular conduct in the workplace.