The Association is a multi-faceted organization consisting of Investigators, Law Enforcement, Certified Public Accountants, Auditors, Loss Prevention Personnel, Attorneys and related Security Professionals.
It is dedicated to fighting fraud and white collar crime by presenting programs and seminars designed to assist in the detection and prevention of fraud.
In addition, the Inland Empire Chapter, with its diverse professional membership, provides an excellent environment for networking opportunities.
You do not need to be a member of either the Chapter or the ACFE to attend Chapter meetings.
Inland Empire Chapter dues are annually due. Membership is subject to approval by the Chapter Board of Directors. The information you provide in this application may be printed in the Inland Empire Chapter Directory.
Annual dues for the Inland Empire Chapter do not include annual dues for the National Association. Call (800) 245-3321 or visit the membership page if you would like to join the National Association.
$50 CHAPTER MEMBER: A member is required to be a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) in good standing. A member is eligible to vote and hold office in the Inland Empire Chapter.
$50 CHAPTER ASSOCIATE: An Associate is required to be an associate member of the ACFE in good standing. An Associate is eligible to vote and hold office (except president) in the Chapter.
$60 CHAPTER AFFILIATE: An affiliate is not required to be a member of the National Association. An Affiliate Member is not eligible to vote, hold office, or participate on Chapter Committees.
$25 STUDENT: For full-time undergraduate or graduate students of accounting, business administration, finance, law, or criminal justice. (must contact [email protected] directly)