Simplifying How to Obtain, Review, and Present Financial Records
Please Note: This class will feature intermediate level Microsoft Excel skills. However, those with solid basic skills can still attend. See Class Requirements below.
Oregon Department of Justice, Bend Police Department and OPOA
Date and Time:
$225 OPOA Members
$250 Non-members (Includes 1-year OPOA membership for qualified applicants)
Bend Police Department
555 NE 15th St
Bend, OR 97701
Oregon DOJ Financial Crimes Team
Instructors will lead students in hands-on training in Microsoft Excel to review bank records from a real elder financial abuse case. Students will learn tips and tricks in Excel to maximize the evidence in their financial investigations as well as learn how to present their findings to a prosecutor with simplified summaries of the financial records.
Obtaining Financial Records:
Review Financial Records:
Presenting Financial Records:
Instructors will also discuss nuances in elder financial exploitation cases and support services offered to law enforcement by DOJ investigators and analysts.
Familiarity of Excel is REQUIRED
Laptop with Excel 2016 or newer
Laptop power cable
Extra monitor or screen (if available)
Class Prep Courses:
NW3C Basic Level Spreadsheeting Skills Class – Virtual Classroom 06/21/23
Excel Campus – www.youtube.com/@ExcelCampus
Xelplus.com (Leila Gharani) - www.youtube.com/@LeilaGharani
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