North Carolina Justice Academy

North Carolina Department of Justice

NC Insurance Crime Information Exchange Conference

 
Please check our "Available Training" page for the most current status of the course. 

Who Should Attend:

Any law enforcement officer involved in the investigation of financial crimes and fraud.

Course Goal:

To provide progressive, enhanced and advanced investigations training as it relates to insurance fraud. The conference instructors are nationally-known experts in their respective fields. Conference topics will focus on the most current fraudulent schemes and criminal activity being perpetrated against the insurance industry with an emphasis on the role of law enforcement and the investigative process. For the most current list of training topics, please refer to NCICIE's website at www.ncicie.org

Methodologies:

Each course will be led by an instructor and will involve demonstration, discussion, video, graphics and case study.

Special Concerns:

Participants will receive CICP credit for the training hours attended.

Registration and Conference Information:

Students are encouraged to register online for the NCICIE Training Conference by visiting www.ncicie.org on or after November 15, 2014. Special rates and a limited number of scholarships will be offered for qualifying law enforcement and fire service personnel. Keep a watch to this site for more information. If additional assistance is needed, please contact Doug Robinson, NCJA Course Coordinator or NCICIE Vice President Mark Edgerton at mark.edgerton@ncfbins.com
 
Conference Location 
The Hawthorne Inn and Conference Center (www. hawthorneinn.com) located in downtown Winston Salem, NC has been selected to host the 2015 NCICE Training Conference. Please check the NCICIE website for more information on guest speakers and training opportunities.

 

 

Course Coordinator:

 Doug Robinson
 

Length of Course:

3 days (20 hours)
 
 

 CICP Credit