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John E Grimes

John E. Grimes III, CFE, CFI is Keynote Speaker at Compliance key Inc. has over 45 years of law enforcement, criminal investigation, loss prevention, fraud examination experience, and teaching experience. John began his law enforcement career with the Baltimore City Police Department where he became a Detective in the Criminal Investigation Division (CID). John left Baltimore and became a Special Agent with the Amtrak Police Department Fraud and Organized Crime Unit and was later promoted to Captain of the CID. In 1993, John joined the Amtrak Office of Inspector General/Office of Investigations as a Special Agent. In 1999, he was appointed the Chief Inspector. John retired from service in 2011. 
John is currently an Adjunct Instructor of Forensic Studies at Stevenson University. John teaches graduate level course, Investigative Interview Techniques. In addition, he is an Advisory Committee member for the Center for Forensic Excellence at Stevenson University. He also developed and taught an introductory Loss Prevention Course for Blue Ridge Community College in Hendersonville, NC.
Furthermore, John is the Proprietor of Fraud and Loss Prevention Solutions. He consults and provides training and speaks on a variety of fraud topics including Procurement Fraud, Fraud and Loss Prevention Strategies, and Forensic Interviewing and Interrogation. John also speaks about Ethics and Leadership
John is the Immediate Past President of the Maryland Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE). John has been recognized as a Certified Fraud Examiner since 1997. John is a member of the ACFE Advisory Committee. John is also recognized as a Certified Forensic Interviewer by the Center for Interviewer Standards and Assessments, Ltd. He is a member of the Reid Institute on Interviewing and Interrogation and is al a member of the Loss Prevention Foundation. 
Additionally, John is a former Staff Officer with the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary where he was recognized as an Instructor Specialist. Marine Safety and Environmental Protection Specialist, and Assistant Harbor Safety Specialist. 
John holds an AA n Criminal Justice from The Community College of Baltimore County, a BA in Business with an emphasis in Accounting from the Notre Dame of Maryland University, and an MS in Forensic Studies from Stevenson University. Additionally, John is a 1987 graduate of the New England Institute of Law Enforcement Management at Babson College. 

 Webinar Id: CICJD001
12:30 PM PT | 03:30 PM ET
 11/03/2017
 Duration 90 mins

Due Process Considerations when Conducting Investigative Interviews of Employees

In the 13th century, English Barons sought limits to the authority of King John, petitioning him to grant certain liberties to be enjoyed by his subjects. The petition eventually led to the historic Magna Carta, which bestowed rights to Englishman, chief among them was the concept of due process., a principle that protects individual life and liberty from a powerful and potentially abusive government. Simply put, due process equals fair........


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 Webinar Id: CICJT002
12:30 PM PT | 03:30 PM ET
 12/01/2017
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The Human Factor, Why Employees Steal from their Employer

The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners reveals that as many as 33 percent of small business failures is a result of uncontrolled losses most involving employee theft. Many small to medium size retail firm owners and managers are not aware of the hazard and do not understand why employees steal. Employees steal from their employers for a variety of reasons. Employees are humans who can, under certain circumstances, take advantage o........


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Building Trust and Breaking Down Barriers with Uncooperative and Hostile Interviewees

Most people do not want to be interviewed in relation to an investigation. This includes suspect, witnesses, possible witnesses, victims, and individuals that possess needed information. These individuals can display attitudes of resentfulness, reticence, animosity, wariness, reluctance, superiority, and hostility. The interview objective is to receive truthful information to assist in the investigation. In order to reach the truth, it ........

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Conducting Legal and Ethical Investigative Interviews (The New Paradigm)

Investigators must obtain information to investigate. Often, the objective of an interview is to obtain an acknowledgement of something that is known to the interviewer; an admission of involvement in a matter under investigation, or a confession to being the perpetrator of a crime or serious violation. It is imperative that the interviewer obtains truthful information from an interviewee in a lawful and ethical manner. The interviewer ........

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Preventing and Detecting Fraudulent Vendor Disbursements

A prevalent fraud that occurs is improper payments to vendors, fictitious vendors, and related party vendors. A dishonest employee can easily manipulate vendor and accounts payable records to facilitate fraudulent disbursements. The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners claims that nearly two thirds of an entity?s fraud exposure involves fraudulent disbursements.

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A Loss Prevention Overview and Strategies for Small Businesses.

Running a Retail Business can be rewarding. However, uncontrolled and unidentified losses can put you out of business. The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners estimates that as much as 33% of all small business failures is a result of controlled and unidentified losses. Losses can occur as a result of external theft, internal fraud and theft, delivery discrepancies, mark-up and mark-down errors, and other paperwork issues. The only........

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Proactive Strategies in Preventing and Detecting Procurement Fraud

Every business that purchases and contracts for goods or services is vulnerable to a wide variety of procurement fraud hazards. Many of the fraud schemes involve vendors and contractors in collusion with employees responsible for making purchases and administrating contracts, as well as with the employee who requests the purchase of goods or services. Procurement fraud is costly to a company and costly to investigate. Preventing this ac........

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Conducting a Shrink Investigation (When you cannot Determine the Source of your Losses)

Running a Retail Business can be rewarding. However, uncontrolled and unidentified losses can put you out of business. The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners estimates that as much as 33% of all small business failures is a result of controlled and unidentified losses. Losses can occur as a result of external theft, internal fraud and theft, delivery discrepancies, mark-up and mark-down errors, and other paperwork issues. The only........

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You Determined the Interviewee is Lying, Now What?

When conducting interviews, Interviewers should ask appropriate open-ended questions that call for a narrative response. When the interviewee is responding, the interviewer should be listening to verbal and para linguistic, as well as observing non-verbal indicators of truth or deception. An interviewer will then need to ask clarifying open ended questions to explore not fully explained parts of the responses, inconsistencies in the nar........

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Detecting Truth, Deception, and Lies when Conducting Investigative Interviews

Most people believe they can tell when someone is lying, especially if it is someone they know, such as their child, spouse, or a friend. And they probably can. However, they might not have the ability to detect whether someone is telling the truth, is being deceptive, or is lying when conducting an investigative interview and sitting across from the person for the first time. And if they can, they might not be able to articulate how th........

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Conflict of Interest Hazards in the Business Environment

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development states: "Conflict of interest occurs when an individual or a corporation (either private or governmental) is in a position to exploit his or their own professional or official capacity in some way for personal or corporate benefit." A conflict of interest doesn't always lead to corruption; however, corruption requires a conflict of interest. The Conflict of Interest principal is........

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Conducting Investigative Interviews Who, Why, What, When, Where, and How (Not Everybody you Interview is a Suspect)

Most people believe they can tell when someone is lying, especially if it is someone they know, such as their child, spouse, or a friend. And they probably can. However, they might not have the ability to detect whether someone is telling the truth, is being deceptive, or is lying when conducting an investigative interview and sitting across from the person for the first time. And if they can, they might not be able to articulate how th........

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Understanding the 5 Ps of Fraud and Loss Prevention: Philosophy, Policy, Procedures, Practice, and People

Fraud and Loss Prevention is not only the purview of a company's Fraud Unit or Loss Prevention Department. To achieve success, employees from the top on down, must embrace all facets of a company's activities, including Fraud and Loss Prevention. Preventing and reducing fraud and losses should receive the same attention as creating revenue and controlling costs. Understanding the 5Ps of Fraud and Loss Prevention will enhance a company s........

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Writing Effective Investigative Case Reports that Include all Pertinent Findings and Recommendations

Representatives from government agencies and attorneys in Maryland attended a forum hosted by The Center for Forensic Excellence at Stevenson University. These representatives identified a critical problem of communication skills, both in writing and oral testimony, of individuals employed in the investigative/forensic field. Individuals who conduct investigation must be able to effectively communicate in writing the results of their in........

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