CPE CREDITS

Certified Forensic Examiners and Certified Public Accountants qualify for one hour of continuing professional education credit for each regular meeting attended, and up to sixteen hours during our annual seminar.

Welcome to our chapter ...

    The Oklahoma City Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners promotes an enhanced awareness of fraud prevention, detection and investigation techniques among its membership and within the business and law enforcement communities through our educational programs and seminars.

    We provide our members and attendees opportunities to earn the continuing education credits required to maintain certifications and nurture networking among a diverse group of professionals in related fields.

   Chapter membership offers great benefits, including:

    • Discounts on Chapter seminars, monthly meetings & events
    • Opportunities to earn continuing professional education credits at member's rates
    • Enhanced professional networking relationships

 

Upcoming ...

2014 ACFE NEOK Fall Seminar

Early Bird registration rates end September 30, 2014. Registration rates after this deadline increase by $75 per attendee. Final deadline to register is November 5th.

For event pricing and to register, please visit the NEOK Chapter event site hereView schedule here.


THE MANY FACES OF FRAUD

Highlighting fraud in industries and the tools to prevent, detect & investigate.

The NEOK Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners is proud to announce the 2014 fall seminar, "The Many Faces of Fraud" to be held at Driller's Stadium Conference Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma on November 13th & 14th. The Many Faces of Fraud seminar hosts some of the most experienced anti-fraud professionals across many industries including banking, oil and gas, technology, and governmental - just to name a few. Other sessions focus on interviewing skills; fraud investigations from beginning to end; ethics; and technology in fraud from virtual currencies to the Dark Net. Both days include a working lunch allowing time for networking as well as hearing from a convicted fraudster and an investigative reporter.

The seminar has been approved for 16 hours of CPE credit and includes a 2 hour session on Ethics.
All attendees are welcome to join the Networking After-Hours event immediately following Thursday's sessions. Hors d'oeuvre will be provided. Cash bar.


October 7th OKC Chapter meeting
Café do Brazil, 11:30 am

Speaker:    Brock Minnick, Special Agent
              
Housing & Urban Development
                     Office of Inspector General

Topic:        If You're Paying Personal Expenses with Housing
             Authority Funds, You Might Be a Crook