This course of instruction is a more
advanced class for investigators working
complex investigations in the areas of
general crimes, financial crimes and narcotic
Most investigators do not know how to properly apply and incorporate R.I.C.O. and Money Laundering charges into their investigations. Law Enforcement agencies today are dealing with larger crime-based organizations that hide their criminal activities through racketeering and money laundering techniques. These types of investigations are desirable by the law enforcement community, because of the amount of cash and assets obtained in forfeitures. Investigator working property crimes, narcotic, organized crime rings, prostitution rings and large-scale financial crimes need to have the knowledge to properly apply these charges.
The purpose of this class is to assist participants in investigating and prosecuting R.I.C.O. and Money Laundering cases through proper organization techniques, and arming investigators with the knowledge and confidence to build a proper case. This unique instruction will provide information on freezing money in bank accounts and forfeiture techniques for the benefit of the agency. Investigators will display better organization skills and prosecution methods.
This interactive 8-hour class will help participants recognize R.I.C.O. and Money Laundering cases.
Students will review and learn new tools for investigating and prosecuting RICO and Money Laundering.
This class will review different Statutes and laws related to RICO and Money Laundering cases.
Students will go over all types of RICO and Money Laundering cases.
Students will learn to Use Excel as a tool during these types of investigations.
There will be discussion and instructions on building a strong case.
Students will be given techniques on working the financials of your case with confidence.
Students will learn how to freeze and obtaining money and other assets as a result of your investigation.
There will be discussion regarding forfeiture laws and proper notification of seizures.
What in FinCen?
Students will learn to follow the money.
Students will learn how to present the case to the State or District Attorney.
Sergeant Jacqueline Lee Hearon is supervisor of the Economic Crime Task Force and Fraud Unit of the Brevard County Sheriff's Office. She heads a multi-agency task force and conducts fraud training classes. She worked her way through several positions; Community Policing Deputy, Corporal and was an Agent for over 11 years, specializing in fraud investigations, before accepting the position of Sergeant. Sergeant Hearon is now a twenty (20) year veteran of the Brevard County Sheriff's Office.
Sergeant Hearon graduated from Seminole College Police Academy in 1990, earned an (A.A.) degree in Criminal Justice from Brevard Community College and a (B.S.) degree in Organizational Management with a minor in Emergency Management from Eastern Florida State College. She instructed for ten (10) years at the Brevard Community College Police Academy, teaching Investigations and Crime Scene. Currently, Sergeant Hearon is a member of the ACFE and working towards her CFE.
All members of the criminal justice community (sworn or non-sworn).
This is a more advance
a great class for
types of investigators.
- Ingham County Sheriff's Office
639 North Cedar Street
Mason, Michigan 48854
DATES & TIMES:
· Friday, September 27, 2019
· Class starts at 8:00 AM Sharp - and ends at 5:00 PM (Local Time)
$199 per person
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TRAINING FORCE USA
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CANCELLATIONS AND SUBSTITUTIONS:
· Upon submission of this registration, participants are responsible
for payment of this course
· Please note that if you do not attend, you are still responsible for
· Substitutions may be made at any time by phone, e-mail or online
at the registration site.
Claude A. Pichard, Training Force USA