Course Details: Fraud Prevention and Detection Training
Target Audiences: General
The Auditor of State's Fraud Prevention and Detection Training will aim to provide attendees with the tools they need to prevent from occurring. In addition of focusing on investigations the Auditor of State's Public Integrity Assurance Team has conducted after crimes have occurred, will educate the attendees on ways to avoid being victimized in the first place. We focus on:
-identifying warning signs that employees may be high risk;
-best practices and controls that prevent fraud from ever happening in the first place;
-management techniques which promote accountability and transparency
Mr. Turner joined the Auditor of State's Office in 1999. Prior to joining the Public Integrity Assurance Team (PIAT), Mr. Turner managed audits of local governments such as school districts, cities, counties, townships, and villages. In his current role, he manages the forensic auditors in PIAT and takes an active role in advising on their open fraud cases. In addition, Mr. Turner sits on the AOS Special Audit Task Force, a group led by Auditor Yost, which evaluates the fraud tips and complaints received by the office and determines responses to each.
Mr. Inscho has been with the Auditor of State's Office since 2011. He grew up in Dayton, Ohio, and earned his B.A. in Economics from the University of Dayton and his J.D. from the American University Washington College of Law. After graduating from law school, Mr. Inscho clerked for the Honorable Alfred Nance of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City and was an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for the City of Baltimore. Mr. Inscho returned to Ohio with his wife and was hired by the Delaware County Prosecuting Attorney's Office. In addition to the Ohio Supreme Court, he is admitted to practice law in Maryland.