2016 Targeting Fraud – Safeguarding Integrity Conference

In observance of National Fraud Awareness Week … Franklin University, National White Collar Crime Center, Ohio Ethics Commission, Ohio Inspector General, and Ohio Investigators Association have collaborated together to present a two-day training conference: Targeting Fraud – Safeguarding Integrity. This conference will examine the investigative process of uncovering fraud and explore a wide spectrum of subjects, including the topics of …
  The relationship between human behavior, risk, and wrongdoing;
  Using digital forensics to identify and investigate fraud;
  Fighting fraud in the livestock show industry;
  The role of the IRS investigating cases involving tax violations, narcotics, identity theft, money laundering, and terrorism;
  A journalist’s investigation uncovering unprecedented corruption in the poverty-stricken community of Bell, California.

  DATE: Wednesday, November 2 & Thursday, November 3, 2016

  LOCATION: Ohio Department of Transportation
1980 West Broad Street, Auditorium, Columbus, Ohio 43223

Attendees should enter the ODOT facility through the public entrance on the right side (south side) of the building; the ODOT receptionist will direct attendees to the auditorium.

  COST &
Early registration before October 1, 2016: $100
On or after October 1, 2016: $125

  Space is limited.
Continental breakfasts & afternoon break refreshments are included in the cost.
Lunch is the responsibility of each attendee (on-site cafeteria available).

  TO PAY: - Only checks can be accepted for payment.
- Please remit all checks to “Ohio Investigators Association”

Send check and a copy of your completed registration form to:
Ohio Investigators Association
77 South High Street
Columbus, OH 43215
Attn: Faith Ottavi

Should an invoice be required before payment, please contact Faith Ottavi
at oiaofficers@yahoo.com

This conference has been approved for 16 hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit from the Accountancy Board of Ohio and 12 hours of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit from the Supreme Court of Ohio.