Certified Forensic Consultant, CFC® Program
In the courtroom environment, experts in various fields are asked to provide testimony and evidence on differing professional topics. Forensic consultants will be assessed on knowledge and competency in areas relating to consultation services, litigation processes, general legal principles, witness payment, the discovery process, the deposition, and the trial.
Certified Criminal Investigator, CCI® Program
Investigating criminal behavior involves many different facets. Investigators must identify the crime scene, look for evidence, conduct interviews, properly identify and handle evidence, and testify in court.
Certified Forensic Nurse, CFN® Program
Forensic nurses are registered nurses with experience in identifying forms of violence, interpreting injury presentation, preserving and collecting evidence, and understanding components of a medical/forensic examination.
Certified Forensic Accountant Program
Forensic accountants are CPAs who provide competent and professional forensic accounting services in a multitude of areas. Forensic accountants may be involved in both litigation support (providing assistance on a given case, primarily related to the calculation or estimation of economic damages and related issues) and investigative accounting (looking into illegal activities).
Certified Instructor, CI Program
The Certified Instructor, CI program provides an opportunity for members to teach ACFEI credentialing programs in a specific field or area of expertise. With three levels—instructor, senior instructor, and master instructor—becoming a CI allows you to earn income while providing an invaluable service to the field of forensics. The CI course covers all the necessary information needed to educate students to pass the required credentialing exams. CIs have access to a wide range of ACFEI resources and will receive the support needed to teach successful courses.