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The Forensic Examiner® is increasingly being accessed from the internet. As such, The Forensic Examiner® is transitioning to an online, continuously published journal. As The Forensic Examiner® has gained popularity and recognition as the world's leading forensic magazine, demand for access along with submission rates have greatly increased. The Examiner's transition from print to online availability is a response to the changing nature of journalism and scholarly publication, as well as a move to take advantage of the many opportunities offered by advances in technology and social media. This is an exciting time for the American College of Forensic Examiners Institute® as the transition to online, continuous publication will drastically increase our readership, while enabling the ACFEI to rapidly review and publish articles. Therefore we are enthusiastically taking the step towards removing the limitations of print production and offering The Forensic Examiner® online. To learn more, please visit our submissions page.
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Small Cues – Major Effect: How an Auditor Training Exercise
Revealed a Multi-Generational Fraud
Research has shown that forensic accountants and auditors must possess certain skills and abilities that discourage reliance on routine behavior in audits.
The Psychological Forensic Expert Witness: Ethical Considerations
Psychologists are often called upon to provide testimony and evidence in judicial matters. In these roles the professional psychologist is either a psychological expert witness or providing their services as a forensic psychologist (American Psychological Association [APA], 2003).
Transnational Terrorism: The Role of Financial Intelligence Examined
Transnational terrorism remains at the forefront of concern on the part of most security agencies throughout the Western World and indeed in many other parts of the world as well, particularly the Middle East, North Africa, Pacific Rim, South and Central Asia.
Professionals Need Protection in Child Custody Evaluations and Social Studies for the Court
As a clinical psychologist who has been providing evaluations for the family court system in Texas for over twenty years, this evaluator has witnessed what appears to be a deterioration of services being provided to the courts and to the attorneys and their clients over the years.