The nature of how fraud is committed is constantly evolving; fraud is increasingly perpetrated by highly organised gangs, engaged in serious criminalities that cross regional, national and international boundaries. Similarly with the growing bureaucracy and red tape the chances of misuse of position and corruption could be rampant. Moreover there seems to be a trend appearing in staged accidents. Such fraud affects not only insurance companies, but also law enforcement. Faculty of Crime and Justice’s fraud investigation training covers insurance fraud, vehicle theft fraud, identification fraud, and helps law enforcement officer's combat this growing criminal activity with the latest techniques. This course trains you, among other objectives: to identify some of the common uses of fraudulent documents; identify indicators that point to a potentially fraudulent claim; recognize fraud indicators by examining actual fraud scenarios; and identify common mistakes made in counterfeit documents that can tip investigators off that the document is fraudulent.

  • Duration: 1 week
  • Course fee: to be announced
  • Date of commencement: to be announced
  • Minimum entry requirements:Fluency in Dhivehi and English