Fraud & Forgery: Signatures, Signs and Variables

Literature

Psychology

Day course

Christina Strang

12 September 2022

9:00 am to 4:30 pm

£63

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Description

“….forgery is the making of a false document in order that it may be used as genuine”

Over £1bn worth of cases throughout the UK has been reported in fraudulent claims. We have all heard about instances where a signature has been forged for the purposes of illicit gain – a will, a mortgage application, life insurance policy, land deed, etc.

This workshop for beginners will highlight what to look for in a possible forged signature and give some insights into forensic study, offering the chance to work on an actual case and discuss aspects.

Ideal for people interested in psychology and who are avid readers of crime thrillers or CSI TV dramas.

Tutor information

Internationally known across three continents Christina has been a keynote speaker at a specialist conference in China, spoken in Australia on clinical graphology and taught questioned signature identification at Gloucester University for accountancy students and online for a specialist legal training company. She is also known for her research studies into handwriting in early diagnosis of disease.

Christina has featured on international and national UK TV and in various international magazines and media for her work.

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