Improving your Investigative Report Writing Skills

  • 18 Jan 2018
  • 8:45 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Alt Hotel Ottawa, 185 Slater St, Ottawa ON K1P 0C8
  • 17


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Instructor: Derek Knights

Derek is with TD Bank’s Global Security & Investigations group as the Senior Manager, Strategic Initiatives.  His responsibilities include enterprise-wide activities, practices, governance, and—most frequently—delivering business- and report-writing training sessions.  One of his primary responsibilities is as relationship manager of the ACFE/TD Corporate Alliance Program, with 137 members at TD.

Before TD, Derek was with Sun Life Financial.  His first role there was in IT & Security Governance, writing policies, standards, and procedures.  He later became the Director of Corporate Investigations.  This team handled domestic and international investigations that fell outside the specific areas of traditional insurance-related matters.

Here he attained three designations:

CFE - Certified Fraud Examiner (Association of Certified Fraud Examiners - ACFE)

CIPP/C - Certified Information Privacy Professional/Canada (International Association of Privacy Professionals - IAPP)

PCI - Professional Certified Investigator, (ASIS International)

Overview of the course

The structure of a professional investigation report and other business documents.

Keeping language clear and simple

Thinking critically

Elements you must include

Information you should not include

Summarizing your findings

Words and phrases you should avoid

Plus, you'll come out of this with a list of helpful books and websites to help make life easier.

Only 30 seats available

ACFE Training Outline 18-01-2018.pdf

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