Fraud and Financial Crime - Montgomery
Dates: August 4, 2021
Meets: W from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Location: Center for Lifelong Learning 159-160
APOST Hours: 6.00
There is only one opening remaining at this time.
**LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS ONLY**
Location: AUM Center for Lifelong Learning
Address: 75 TechnaCenter Drive, Montgomery, AL 36117
With the proliferation of fraud and financial crime local agencies can no longer rely solely on federal and other specialized investigative agencies to handle the problem. State and local officers and investigators need to be able to recognize and address schemes such as identity theft, telemarketing fraud, occupational fraud, and more, as well as understand the role organized criminal organizations play.
In this one-day seminar officers will be shown how to:
- Recognize various types of fraud schemes and fraud trends
- Determine the scope of the fraud scheme
- Address the legal and practical considerations during the investigation
- Identify sources of information helpful to law enforcement
- Recognize and collect evidence in a fraud or financial crime
LYNN SHOBE, CFE, CFCI, is an Investigator with the Jefferson State Community College Police and a retired Senior Special Agent at the Alabama State Bureau of Investigation. Previously Shobe served as an Agent for the Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center for over six years. Shobe is a retired criminal investigator with the United States Treasury Department, Inspector General for Tax Administration (formerly the IRS Inspection Service) with over twenty years service.
At the time of his retirement Shobe was assigned as senior resident agent, Birmingham, Alabama. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from the University of Tennessee at Martin, and a Master of Arts in Management from Webster University, St Louis, Missouri. Shobe has over forty-six years of law enforcement experience including eight years at the local level, and over five in the U.S. Army. Before assuming his former position with the Treasury Department, he served as Chief, Economic and Computer Crime Branch, U.S. Army Military Police School, Ft McClellan, Alabama. Shobe continued his military service in the U.S. Army Reserve where he retired as a Major in December 1998. During this period Shobe served as Operations Officer and Deputy Commander, U.S. Army Criminal Investigations Laboratory, Ft Gillem, Georgia. Additionally, Shobe served on the faculty of Faulkner University in the Criminal Justice program for over ten years and the University of Alabama at Birmingham in the Forensic Accounting program. He is an active member of several professional organizations including the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, the American Society for Industrial Security, and the International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators.
Sponsors: This seminar is sponsored by AUM's Alabama Crime Prevention Clearinghouse & Training Institute, the Institute for Criminal Justice Education, Inc., U.S. Attorney's Office, MDA, and ADECA Law Enforcement Planning/Traffic Safety Division. This training is partially funded by an ADECA Law Enforcement Planning subgrant #20-DJ-ST-001 awarded to AUM and its Alabama Crime Prevention Clearinghouse.
**Online Self-Cancellation: You may now remove/cancel yourself from a class or waiting list online! Self-Cancellations online can only be completed up until two days prior to the start date of the class. Please log in to your account, click on Registration History, then Current Courses, and then you may choose the classes you need to cancel. If you need to cancel in less than two days prior, please contact our office at 334-244-3804 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
No Shows: Most of our classes have waiting lists and we need to know ASAP if you are not able to attend. We are tracking all no shows (people who do not attend class and don’t notify us prior to the start of class).
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Center for Lifelong Learning 159-160NO SHOW/CANCELLATION POLICY: Since we have VERY limited seating in classrooms with social distancing, NO SHOWS without notice effects people on class waitlists. We understand that in the law enforcement profession there are times that you cannot attend a class, but you can notify us by responding to the reminder emails that are sent out approximately one week prior to the class. We will begin tracking all no shows (people who do not attend class and don't notify us prior to the start of class). We are hoping this policy will cut down on people registering for numerous classes and not showing up for the those classes, which causes a 10-30% no show rate.
|08/04/2021||Wednesday||9 AM to 4 PM||Center for Lifelong Learning 159-160|