BMO Institute For Learning - September 19th 2017
Dynamic seminar including training in the Psychology of Fraud: Integrating Criminological Theory into Counter Fraud Efforts. Understanding what motivates criminals to commit fraud. Accident Recon and Bio Mechanist in relation to Accident reconstruction with current trends on fraudulent claim investigations. Injury biomechanics provides a natural complement to collision reconstruction.
For property losses, IBC will be speaking on such losses and the current trends. We also have a speaker on Fire Investigations including preservation of evidence, retainer of experts and subrogation considerations.
Kerry G Watkin will be providing insight on Strategic Use of Evidence.
6 hours of CPE credit for ACFE purposes.Agenda Registration Closed
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Who We Are Canadian Association of Special Investigation Units - CASIU
CASIU is an association comprised of insurance investigators and business professionals. We combat insurance fraud through education, training and by developing a greater awareness of insurance fraud.
Networking opportunities exist within our association. We encourage networking as it promotes learning and the ability to become acquainted with current trends and innovative ways of combating insurance fraud.
CASIU strongly encourages high professional standards of conduct. We support legislation, coordinate and cooperate with law enforcement and criminal justice on fraud related issues.
Join Colleagues on the Front-Line Against Insurance Fraud – Become a CASIU Member Today!
CASIU members work together with Special Investigation Units (SIU) of Insurance Companies, Police, highly specialized trades such as Accident Reconstruction Specialists, Cause and Origin Specialists, Engineers, the Insurance Bureau of Canada and many more.