Investigative auditors gather evidence regarding fraudulent or abusive activity affecting governmental entities. Their audits are designed to detect and deter the misappropriation of public assets and to reduce future fraud risks. Employees who conduct investigative audits have degrees in accounting or advanced degrees with at least 15 hours in accounting. Investigative auditors are based in Baton Rouge but travel throughout the state to respond to allegations.
Roger Harris, J.D.
Director of Investigative Audit and Advisory Services
Phone: (225) 339-3851
Fax: (225) 339-3987