CANCELLED - BCI Fraud & Law Day All-day training event

    April 24, 2020
    8:00 AM
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    Bureau of Criminal Investigation Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy's Auditorium
    4055 Highlander Parkway
    Richfield, OH 44286
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    We are coordinating with BCI (Bureau of Criminal Investigation) in holding an onsite (Richfield, Ohio) 7 CPE event (6 CLE). We have several outstanding speakers coming this year to share with you their expertise in a variety of hot fraud topics including Courtroom Testimony and Cross Examination Preparation which debuts at our chapter this year. 

    WHEN:

    Friday, April 24, 2020 CANCELLED

    Registration: 7:20am – 8:00am
    Speaker 1:     8:00 am – 8:50am
    Break:            8:50am –9:00am
    Speaker 1:     9:00 am – 10:50am
    Break:            10:50am –11:00am
    Speaker 2:    11:00am –11:50am
    Lunch:           11:50am –12:30pm (with Greater Cleveland Food Bank)
    Speaker 3:     12:35pm – 1:25pm
    Break:             1:25pm – 1:35pm
    Speaker 4:      1:35pm – 2:35pm
    Break:             2:35pm – 2:45pm
    Speaker 5:      2:45pm – 4:15pm
    Closing/Q&A:4:15pm – 4:30pm
     

    CPE: 7, (6 CLE)

    SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES

    Andrea A. Javor, Criminal Intelligence Analyst and Jamie M. Papesh, Criminal Intelligence Analyst (Open Source/Data Mining – Financial Crimes Investigations)

    Andrea Jayor is a Criminal Intelligence Analyst with the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigations, currently assigned to the Cuyahoga County CODIS SAK Task Force where she provides agents and investigators analytical support for sexual assault cases. As a Certified Crime & Intelligence Analyst, she provides analytical support to BCI Special Agents, Detectives, Investigators, Officers and additional outside analysts.  Andrea’s training includes expertise in a wide range of cases and investigations involving financial investigations for narcotics, social media & internet investigations, intelligence analysis, crime analysis, and technology and trends, to name a few.  Andrea holds a Bachelor’s in Intelligence Studies and Criminal Justice from Mercyhurst University.

    Jamie M. Papesh is a Criminal Intelligence Analyst with the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigations.  Jamie’s work involves reviewing and analyzing problems related to complex criminal activity.  Jamie is Protected Critical Infrastructure Information (PCII) certified and holds expertise in Police Technical:  Analytics for Public Safety, Cell Phone Data and Mapping, Cell Phone Investigations, Cell Phone Crisis Negotiations, Excel for Public Safety and Open Source Investigations.  She holds extensive training in Ohio High Intensity Drug Trafficking as well as various state and local anti-terrorism training programs.  In addition to Jamie’s expertise as a criminal analyst, she has expertise as a former Anti-Money Laundering Analyst/Investigator with KeyBank.  Jamie holds a Bachelor’s in Intelligence Studies from Mercyhurst University.

    Christine Meador, Forensic Accountant and Thomas E. Corrigan, Special Agent (Ransomware Attacks: Making Your Organization’s “Best Defense A Good Offense”) 

    Christine Meador is a forensic accountant at Medica, LLC. She has extensive experience in accounting, budget development, grant work, financial reporting, internal controls, financial analysis and litigation support. Christine focuses on assisting nonprofits and other organizations with fraud prevention, detection and forensic investigations. Educational highlights include Master of Accountancy in Financial Auditing, Master of Legal Studies, BBA in Accounting and Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit Management. She is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and a board member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners NE Ohio.

    Thomas Corrigan is an FBI Special Agent with the FBI Cleveland Field Office and is in the Cyber Investigations Squad.  Tom has over seventeen years of experience with the FBI with extensive background investigating Health Care Fraud, Cyber Fraud, and a variety of other economic crimes.  Prior to joining the FBI, Tom had over thirteen years of private sector experience including PriceWaterhouseCoopers specializing in audit and risk management consulting and KeyBank in audit and commercial lending.  Tom is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Public Accountant (CPA), and has a Master’s in Business Administration from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University.

    Todd Weitzel – Supervisory Special Agent (IRS Scams)

    Todd Weitzel is a Supervisory Special Agent with IRS Criminal Investigation (IRS-CI), in the Cincinnati Field Office, Independence Post of Duty. Mr. Weitzel oversees a group of agents and professional staff that investigate a variety of financial related crimes to include: tax fraud, identity theft, money laundering, drugs and terrorism.  Mr. Weitzel began his employment as an auditor with Deloitte in Columbus, Ohio. He became a Special Agent in 2005. In addition to investigative responsibilities, he has served as the field office Corporate Fraud Coordinator, Use of Force Instructor, On-the-Job Instructor, Public Information Officer / Recruitment Coordinator, and as an agency liaison to the Ohio Casino Control Commission and the US Attorney’s Office. Mr. Weitzel has a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Accounting from The Ohio State University and is a Certified Public Accountant in Ohio.  

    Brian McDonough, USDOJ - Elderly financial exploitation and components of a successful financial crime case.

    Brian is an Assistant United States Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio in the Criminal Division’s White-Collar Crimes Unit.  He supervises investigations and prosecutes a variety of complex financial crimes including bank fraud, wire fraud, mail fraud, securities fraud, investment fraud, health care fraud, identity theft, tax, civil rights, and public corruption.  He also serves as the Elder Justice Coordinator for the Northern District of Ohio and works with federal, state, and local law enforcement and community partners to combat elder fraud and abuse.  Brian graduated from the University of Notre Dame and received his law degree from the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.

    TICKETS

    $70.00 NEO ACFE Member & Associate Member Price

    $80.00 Non-ACFE Member

    $55.00 Law Enforcement, Government, Attorneys

    $15 Students (Limited Student Seating Available)