Corrie Niemand is a director and founder of CCN Forensic Investigation and Consulting Services after serving the S.A. Police Services for 27 years. During his services he dealt with several high-profile investigations at the Detective Branch and Murder and Robbery units. He has the knowledge and expertise which he achieves standards principally to provide our clients with an assurance of the quality of service that they will receive. He joined the Ramathe Fivaz Forensic and Investigative Accounting Services Group from 2002 to 2008, were he investigated high profile investigations. He was a member of the Housing Board Committee regarding the investigation of Housing subsidies. He has also the knowledge and expertise of the Local Government legislation whereby he was involved in corruption and fraud investigations and misconduct of officials. He performed numerous forensic investigations in the Government Services Departments, Private Sector, and listed Corporate Companies relating to fraud, corruption and matters of discrimination and harassment in the workplace.
Due to confidentiality agreements in place CCN Forensic Investigation and Consulting Services may not list their extensive client base in South Africa and abroad.
Chantelle Niemand is a director and recently joint the company after she complete her Diploma in Comprehensive Programming. Our computer investigators are skilled in the obtaining the proof of an illegal misuse or intelligence gathering of the culprit’s and for evidence gathering for criminal or civil cases. Since 2013 involved into the investigation into Fraud and Corruption at the Department of Human Settlement. Investigation at Ventersdorp Municipality, Fruitless and Wasteful expenditure, fraud and corruption July 2017.She has also the knowledge and expertise of the Local Government legislation whereby she was involved in corruption and fraud investigations and misconduct of officials. She performed numerous forensic investigations in the Private Sector, and listed Corporate Companies relating to fraud, corruption and matters of discrimination and harassment in the workplace.
Our experience includes the following:
Forensic investigations into offences relevant to white collar crime, including Statutory and common law offences committed by employees in the public and private sectors;
Investigations into procurement fraud and into contraventions of company policies and procedures in the public and private sectors;
Investigations into various Labour related matters including the abuse of positions and/or confidential information, the abuse of employer assets, the non-compliance with work procedures etc.;
Assistance to various regulatory authorities with the investigation of and litigation against suspects who committed criminal offences which includes the drafting of charge sheets, the preparation of case dockets and the interviewing of witnesses;
Chairing and initiating in disciplinary matters where high profile individuals were later dismissed as a result of misconduct;
Preparation of documentation for civil litigation proceedings; and
Vetting and profiling employees, service providers, business partners, entities and individuals as an effort to risk and fraud prevention and matters of discrimination and harassment in the workplace.