ID Theft and White Collar Crime Schemes-Montgomery
|Dates:||April 11, 2017 Other Dates|
|Meets:||Tu from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM|
|Location:||Center for Lifelong Learning 159-160|
There are still openings remaining at this time.
This class is intended for
Law Enforcement Professionals Only
Location: AUM Center for Lifelong Learning
75 Techna Center Drive
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Time: 9 am to 4 pm
Law Enforcement Contact Hours: 6
Identity theft and other fraud schemes are no longer the exception but the rule. Thanks to the Internet and computers, they are commonplace, and even officers and their families are frequent victims.
In this seminar the officer will learn usual methods of taking and assuming a person's identity, the laws involved, preventive measures and the investigative steps to identify and apprehend those who participate in these crimes.
Because this is one of the more rapidly growing crime areas, DAs are often not experienced in prosecuting these cases, so all departments should have a working knowledge of the crime schemes, the criminals involved and the investigation of these schemes. This seminar equips the officer to recognize, understand and investigate today's complex crime schemes.
Instructor: John Mulligan is retired FBI, with 40 years of law enforcement experience with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Alabama Attorney General's Office. He has conducted all types of investigations, including organized crime, white-collar crime, judicial inquiries, and public corruption. He is a Certified Fraud Examiner and is currently working as a fraud consultant.
This seminar is sponsored by AUM's Alabama Crime Prevention Clearinghouse & Training Institute, the Institute for Criminal Justice Education, Inc, Alabama Peace Officers' Association, U.S. Attorney's Office, MDA, and ADECA Law Enforcement Planning/Traffic Safety Division. This training is funded by an ADECA Law Enforcement Planning subgrant #15-DJ-ST-008 awarded to AUM and its Alabama Crime Prevention Clearinghouse. This APOST Certified (6 hour) training seminar will begin at 9:00 a.m. (registration at 8:30), and will end at 4:00 p.m. This seminar is open to law enforcement officers only and there is no cost to attend.
Credit: Approved for six hours of APOSTC advance training credits. Certificates will be issued at the end of training.