Here's a real life example of collusion fraud between a dishonest cashier and customer friend.
Published by by Guest Author - 20/2/2018
+ A high profile individual (such as an actor) may want to investigate a crime without the publicity of going to the police.+ A corporate business wants to investigate a crime internally so as not to harm their public reputation and cause their market share price to drop.+ The crime may be too petty for police to commit too many resources to fully investigate it, due to budgets and/or the limited potential of a criminal charge being brought against the criminal.
+ Theft and fraud investigations+ Criminal damage against property+ Assault and homicide investigations+ Kidnapping investigations+ Sex crime investigations+ Drug crime investigations+ Unsolved crime and cold cases+ Criminal defense cases
+ Interviews - interviewing suspects and witnesses+ Crime scene - taking photos, fingerprinting, etc.+ Surveillance - following suspects+ Background checks - checking personal details of suspects and witnesses+ Document searches - sifting through court records, company documents, etc. for evidence