Widespread interest in corporate corruption and the public's insatiable appetite for information about investigative techniques, as evidenced by the popularity of television shows like CSI and Law & Order, makes Prove 'Em Innocent: The Art & Science of Workplace Investigations a captivating read by all true crime buffs. Those who work for a public or private company will be fascinated by the tactics used by \"company cops,\" and those who actually work in private sector investigations will benefit from the many examples and exercises contained within this authoritative narrative on investigative techniques. Every aspiring investigator and those already in the field, will find this book useful, educational, and entertaining. Unlike other books on investigations, this book concentrates on concepts and skills taught with real life examples and exercises designed to be fun and entertaining. Here you will find answers to questions like: \"What are the identifiable attributes shared by the most successful investigators?\"; \"Can a good investigator be taught to be a great investigator?\"; \"Are some people more likely to be dishonest than others?\"; and \"Can you predict who is likely to be dishonest?\"