GTA chapter of Association of Certified Fraud Examiners adds law enforcement member category
The Greater Toronto Area chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) has created a new “regular member” category for police and law enforcement. As regular chapter members in good standing, they will receive the “members-only” discounted rates for all GTA chapter events.
Any active member of a police or law enforcement agency may use this membership category, and they do not need to be a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE). However, only CFEs can hold the office of Chief Executive Officer and of Chief Learning Officer on the chapter’s board of directors.
The annual rate for the “law enforcement – regular chapter membership” is $50 plus HST and this represents a $25 savings from the Regular Chapter Member rate.
“This is an important step forward for our chapter and is an effort to recognize the important role and efforts of the law enforcement community in the fight against fraud and financial crime,” said Dorian Dwyer, president and chief executive officer of the chapter. “Our goal is to attract more members from the law enforcement community to the chapter, so we can share our expertise and experience to further the goals of the ACFE.”
All CFEs in the GTA, all law enforcement personnel and all community-minded folks who want to learn more about fraud and financial crime are encouraged to join the GTA chapter. There is a membership category for everyone, the chapter says. Sign up here.