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- the goal is not to “pin” the crime on a particular individual, but rather to determine whether a crime has been committed when you refine the hypothesis - Must also know the legal ramifications of evidence and how to maintain the chain of custody over documents abuse is: 1) A corrupt practice or custom 2) Improper or excessive use or treatment 3) A deceitful act Non-shareable six categories: 1) Violation of ascribed obligations 2) Problems resulting from personal failure 3) Business reversals 4) Physical isolation 5) Status-gaining 6) Employer-employee relations The non-shareable financial problem creates the motive for the crime to be committed, but the employee must also perceive that he has an opportunity to commit the crime without being caught Two components of perceived opportunity to commit a trust violation: 1) General information: the knowledge that the employee’s position of trust could be violated 2) Technical skill: the ability needed to commit the violation
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