ACFE Central Indiana Chapter


ACFE Central Indiana Chapter Training Programs
Training programs are opened to all Certified Fraud Examiners and their guests. Please register your planned attendance. 
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Refund Policy
After you have enrolled in one of our Continuing Professional Education programs and want to cancel, we will return the fees you paid to us as follows:
(1) 90% will be refunded up to the end of the early bird discount period (if a early bird discount is offered).
(2) 50% will be refunded up to six weeks before the event.
(3) thereafter, nothing will be refunded.
(4) exceptions may be granted in the event of major medical issue or death of an immediate family member subject to the approval of the Chairperson of Conflict Resolution.

Cancellation Policy
In the event that a continuing education program must be cancelled, registered participants will be nitified using the email address provided at registration.  all registration fees will be refunded.

Conflict Resolution
If you are unhappy with a program you have attended and request a price adjustment or refund, please contact our Conflict Resolution Chairperson, Chad Christensen at chad@ccprivateinvestigations.com   

​The ACFE Central Indiana Chapter is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org
May 12, 2022 Luncheon - 1.0 CPE

Scott Brown, IRS Criminal Investigator

Special Agent Brown is a supervisory criminal investigator at the IRS.  He has an MBA degree from Arizona State University and was an adjunct instructor at Central Arizona College.  His talk concerns Money Laundering Investigations.

​1.0 hrs CPE
Cost:
Non-Chapter Members: $25
Chapter Members: $-0- When registering, chapter members will be charged $10.  This amount will be returned at the luncheon. 
Learning objective - specialized knowledge
Delivery method: live and in-person; virtual delivery not available
Prerequisites - none 
Program level: Basic & Intermediate
No advanced preparation required
Location: Maggiano at the Fashion Mall
NASBA #139412.
August 11, 2022 - Ethics Training  - 2.0 CPE

Ethics Speaker - Troy Janes, PhD, CPA, CFE, is the Clinical Professor at Purdue University Krannert School of Management. He has extensive academic and professional experience in accounting. He has served on the faculty of the University at Buffalo, Rutgers University and Purdue University. He has taught classes at the graduate and undergraduate level in auditing, forensic accounting and financial accounting. Troy is a member of the ACFE Central Indiana Chapter #52 Board of Directors.

2.0 hours CPE
3:00 to 4:50 PM
Ethics training and dinner/entertainment cost: 
Chapter members: $45 
Non-chapter members: $140

​Learning objective - ethics as required by the ACFE
Delivery method: Live & in-person only
Prerequisites - none 
Program level: Basic & Intermediate
No advanced preparation required
Location: Ritz Charles
NASBA #139412.
Troy Janes
August 11, 2022 -  Chapter Annual Meeting & Dinner - 1.0 CPE

Dinner Speaker - Mr. Tim Wilcox is no stranger to our group. Tim is the past head of the Indiana Private Investigator licensing organization. He also is the former owner of International Investigators Inc. (AKA 3 I's), perhaps the best-known PI firm around. The subject will be the book, "Target -- Patton: The plot to assassinate General Patton," written by an accomplished writer; Robert Wilcox, Tim's cousin. It appears that Tim's knowledge/experience provided the basis of the book. I've known Tim for many years and have, in the past, done work for 3I. In lieu of a speaking honorarium, the chapter will purchase a few copies of the book to be handed out at our meeting.

2.0 hours CPE
Dinner cost: 
Chapter members: $10 - to be refunded at the dinner 
Non-chapter members: $25

​Learning objective - specialized knowledge
Delivery method: Live & in-person only
Prerequisites - none 
Program level: Basic & Intermediate
No advanced preparation required
Location: Ritz Charles
NASBA #139412.
November 10, 2022 - An Introduction to Fingerprint Examination: History, Science, and Practice - 1.0 CFE

This talk begins with early anatomical studies of skin and extends to the critical role of fingerprints in personal identification today. Also, brief review of the anatomy of friction skin – the ridged skin on the hands and feet that produces fingerprints, palmprints, and footprints – and a discussion of the process by which unknown prints are compared to known prints in a forensic examination. Methods for finding fingerprints on different types of surfaces will be discussed. Finally, the presentation explains the role of fingerprint examination in criminal investigation and legal proceedings, and mentions some of the challenges fingerprint identification has faced in court.  David Zauner is our speaker.

1.0 hours CPE
Luncheon cost
Chapter members: $10 - to be refunded at the luncheon
Non-chapter members: $25

​Learning objective - specialized knowledge
Delivery method: Live & in-person only
Prerequisites - none 
Program level: Basic & Intermediate
No advanced preparation required
Location: Maggianos at Keystone Crossing
NASBA #139412.