Corporate Investigationsby Reginald J. Montgomery, William J. Majeski, John Belrose
Private corporate investigators Montgomery and Majeski present 30 chapters explaining different types of corporate investigations, sometimes offering broad overviews and general advice and sometimes offering more in-depth explanations of the investigative process. Topics include using voice and stress analysis for assessing credibility, profiling, surveillance, electronic eavesdropping, voice identification, the role of law enforcement, forensic accounting, intellectual property theft, sexual harassment, computer forensics, internal theft, product diversion, retail loss, breach of contract, insurance fraud, threats of violence, and geographic and cultural considerations. Annotation c. Book News, Inc.,Portland, OR
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