criminal justice

You have completed your investigation on allegations against a plant employee of an acquired corporation, Lake Inc. That is based on the basic information given below. Create a report on the results of your investigation and present final results that your investigation has concluded.
The following are the main points of the investigations including what took place and the findings of the investigation:
Facts:
1. You conducted an investigation at the plant of Lakes, Inc. Based on an anonymous tip that the company received on June 12, 2007 that an employee was submitting false expense claims.
2. The tip stated that an invoice for the purchase of a computer sever was false and that the actual purchase was for a high definition (HD) flat screen television.
3. The company requested that you perform the investigation.
4. The investigation took place from August to November 2009.
5. The investigation determined that $ 8,795.60 in false invoices had been submitted for reimbursement through the purchasing department.
6. The associate director of purchasing and his administrative assistant were terminated.
7. The investigation determined that there was no original invoice on the file but only a copy. The purchase was made with a corporate purchased card issued to Mr. Bob Smith, the Associate Director of Purchasing.
8. The vendor, Sterns, was contracted and confirmed that the invoice number on the file copy matched on the invoice they had for the sale of a HD television.
9. Lakes, Inc. maintains a physical asset database in which all nondisposable items with a purchase price of $1,000 or more are recorded. Each item is assigned a unique ID number and barcode label, which are used to track the item. The database is maintained by the administrative assistant.
10. There was no record of the computer server in the physical assets database, and no ID number had been issued for any similar item in the past 10 months.
11. An on-site visit was made to Sterns, an approved vendor since May 2005.
12. The manager, Mr. Ted Jones, advised that in the past 6 months the same individual, Mr. Bob Smith, had made 2 other purchases that he held for pick up by either him or his administrative.
13. Mr. Jones also noted that Ms. Bad had used Mr. Smith’s purchase card to make an additional 3 purchase with the same request that they be held for pick up.
14. Mr. Jones provided copies of the invoices that showed the purchase of a notebook computer, a digital camera, a digital camcorder, a GPS system, and a home theater system.
15. When these invoices were compared with the plant purchasing records it was found that the files contained only copies as opposed to originals. Each of the file copies matched an original invoice as to the invoice number, date, and amount but were different as to what was purchased. All other purchases were made with the same purchase card and approved by Mr. Smith.

Please answer the following question. As you answer each question you must provide support or evidence that will enhance and empirically prove your answer. Academic criminal justice articles or real life criminal justice findings that are not found in journals or other academic sources must be used in supporting your answer. Please use APA style for all cited sources including your resource page.
Assignment:

1. You must write a narrative report that take the facts that are presented and demonstrate a step-by-step conclusion of what you believe is the culprit of the fraud.
2. You must present your findings step-by-step in a chronological order of time. Please notice dates and occurrences of financial transactions as you through the 15 facts.
3. You must understand misappropriation of the asset fraudulent disbursement scheme and how it fits in this case.
4. You must have concluding results and recommendations of action toward the criminals of the fraudulent acts.

Could you give me a example of this and show me how to write it in a narrative report so that I can use for my next class assignment and some references I can go to.

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