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Saskatchewan Chapter  #76

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We just had to let you know that a recent ACFE newsletter (August) featured Ashley Koroluk, a recent Saskatchewan ACFE graduate.

This article was a  “member profile” that highlights members in Canada and the USA.

In this article we discover that Ashley is an investigative financial crime analyst with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. She  hails from a law enforcement family but serves as a civilian member where she focuses on detecting fraud and fighting white-collar crime.  Read her advice for other anti-fraud professionals.

Moral Turpitude

When CFEs certify their 2014 continuing Education they have to state they have not committed any acts of “Moral Turpitude.”  Say what???? Moral Turpitude - what is that? 

According to Wikipedia:

Moral turpitude is a legal concept in the United States and some other countries that refers to "conduct that is considered contrary to community standards of justice, honesty or good morals." This term appears in U.S. immigration law beginning in the 19th century”

So now you know.

Sid Bloxom Memorial Scholarship

Lets hear a big chear of congratulations for Morgan Ens Dalmeny High School) and Waseem Tannous (Holy Cross High School) for winning our annual Sid Bloxom Memorial Scholarship.  Each of them were awarded $500 for their written essay on the importance of the Protection of personal information on social networking internet sites to prevent identity theft.

Here is a list of prior award winners for the last 10 years.  Inspector Sid Bloxom would have been pleased!

Cathy Marceau

We were sad to hear that the administrator for the Ottawa ACFE chapter (and web site) passed away last December.  She helped  organize the last national ACFE conference held in Ottawa, and often talked to us about web site design.