BCI Crisis Management Fraud & Law Series - Session #3

    June 01, 2021
    12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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    Session #3 June 1st ~12pm – 3pm EST

     BCI Crisis Management Fraud & Law Series - Session #3

    3 Hours CPE

    1. Brian McDonough             

    (Elderly financial exploitation

    and financial crime case).

    1. Jim Crider – Crisis Mgt Strategies

    (A View from Inside the Surge: No Plan B)

    1. Todd Weitzel  - Supervisory Special Agent, IRS Criminal Investigation - Cincinnati

    (IRS Scams)

    Brian McDonough, USDOJ – US Attorney Criminal Division’s White-Collar Crime

    Title:  Elderly Financial Exploitation and Components of a Successful Financial Crime Case.

    Brian McDonough 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. 

    Brian 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.

    Jim Crider, City of Carmel, Indiana - Director of Administration

    Title: A View from Inside the Surge: No Plan B

    Description:  This is an incredible example of how basic “humane crisis management” can turn the tide in a devastating situation.  Jim Crider takes us inside THE SURGE documentary and shows how the goal of meeting the mission may depend on a different approach.  He discusses how the US military utilized a “different way of thinking” to meet the mission in Iraq which allowed them to change the plan from a failure to a success.  Jim discusses the mission in Iraq and the strategy that turned the tables on the enemy. Primarily, how focusing on relationships and building alliances served the mission. 

    Jim Crider is a native of Kentucky and graduated from the University of Kentucky in 1988 where he was commissioned as a 2LT of infantry in the US Army. Over the course of a 29 year career, he served in multiple units and commanded soldiers from the platoon to the brigade level. Jim deployed to Iraq three times to include the period of the war known as The Surge in 2007-08. He also deployed to Afghanistan.

    Following his retirement from the Army in 2017, he accepted his current position with the City of Carmel, Indiana as the Director of Administration.                               

    Todd Weitzel – Supervisory Special Agent, IRS Criminal Investigation - Cincinnati

    Title:  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. 


    $30.00 Member

    $30.00 Law Enforcement/Government

    $40.00 Non-Member

    $10.00 Student

    $0.00 BCI Employee