Behavioral ethics CPE

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All the Queen's Horses

On February 14, 2013, Rita Crundwell, former comptroller for the city of Dixon, IL was sentenced to 19 ½ years in prison for stealing more than $53 million from Dixon. Crundwell's crime went on record as he largest municipal fraud in U.S. history. Just as shocking as the amount stolen from this small Illinois tow, was the fact that Crundwell engaged in her scheme to pillage Dixon for 20 years before being discovered.

Crundwell's fraud shines an unflattering spotlight on the accounting profession and the role of the audit. The relevance of the audit has been in question since the uncovering of massive corporate frauds dating back to WorldCom and Enron. Subsequent to Crundwell's conviction, the city of Dixon sued its auditors, accountants and bank, settling their claim against them for $40 million.

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"Kudos to director Kelly Richmond Pope for applying just the right mix of "What the Heck?" whimsy and respectful, serious reporting to this incredible tale"

Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times

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Behavioral Ethics Coursepack

This Behavioral Ethics Coursepack features three e-cases: Crossing the Line: Ordinary People Committing Extraordinary Crimes, Whistle-blowers and Fraud Discovery and Choices and Challenges: Ethical Decision-Making In A Small Business Environment.

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Whistle-blowers Fraud & Discovery

This e-case explores one controller's experience as a whistleblower and why she decided to stand up to executive leadership and make the right decision to report fraud.



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Choice and Challanges

This e-case explores the story of a former entrepreneur from the mortgage industry who found himself entangled in a multi-million dollar mortgage fraud case.





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Crossing the Line

These former business professionals tell the stories of how they devolved from corporate citizens to making a decision that led to a criminal conviction. As they fight to rebuild their lives after serving time in federal prison, these individuals provide surprising insights into their past behavior and the road ahead.



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The Risk of Following An Unethical Leader

Exercising professional skepticism is one of the most important responsibilities of an auditor. This e-case explores one accountant's experience when he doesn't exercise professional skepticism and follows the instructions of an unethical boss.


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Mood In the Middle

Monitoring tone at the top does is important in fraud prevention but monitoring and understanding the mood of middle management within an organization is equally as important. This e-case explores one mid-career accountant's experience with a large embezzlement scheme within a financial institution.



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This behavioral ethics coursepack features three e-cases: Crossing the Line: Ordinary People Committing Extraordinary Crimes, Whistle-blowing and Fraud Discover and Choice and Challenges: Ethical Decision-Making In A Small Business Environment.

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