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Discussion Questions Brianna Baird 21. The four steps in a fraud investigation are: The engagement process, the evidence collection process, the reporting process, and the loss recovery process. 23. The four types of evidence: Physical, documentary, observational, and interview evidence. 25. The law enforcement officer will be focused on making the arrest and if there is probably cause to do it. They won’t be worried about the recovery of losses and they also wont be focusing on the full investigation process. To them, they are focused on finding probable cause to then make an arrest or write a ticket. 27. Gathering evidence is part of the investigation process. Therefore, if you collect evidence before an investigation is directed to be carried out, you could be at risk to “tampering with evidence” and the “chain of custody” could be seen as broken. The gathering of evidence should be left to the professionals.
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  • Winter '18
  • JEANETTE GOODWIN
  • Embezzlement

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