September 9-11, 2014
Just $175 to attend the 2014 Financial Crimes & Digital Evidence Conference!

We are happy to announce that the 14th Annual Financial Crimes & Digital Evidence Conference will once again be held at the Salem Convention Center and The Grand Hotel in Salem, Oregon. Check back here for updates, or SIGN UP to receive occasional (1-3) email updates from our Admin under the Contact Us page.

Sponsors

  • Interstate All Battery Center
  • LCSO Coin
  • DPSST
  • OR DOJ
  • US DOJ
Program Schedule
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Conference Sessions

Facts and Figures: Results of a Statewide Financial Exploitation Study

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Our agenda is almost finalized.  To provide you as detailed information as possible, view a draft of the 2014 FULL AGENDA HERE – and sign up for our contact list to know when it is updated HERE!

2014 Agenda

Our 2014 agenda is in DRAFT form. We want you to know the many amazing presentations that are being finalized, and encourage you to review out draft agenda here! View the FULL AGENDA HERE

Surveillance, Wigs, Identity Fraud & Tattoos: The SWIFT Network at Work

A case study of how SWIFT (South Willamette Investigative Fraud Team) members in retail, banking, and law enforcement shared information that assisted in recognizing fraud, identifying multiple suspects who concealed their identities, and the significant sentences that were achieved. This session will 1) highlight the importance of networking to solve financial crimes, particularly over multi-jurisdictions, 2) show examples of how everyone can have a significant piece of the puzzle to contribute to the case, 3) point out some of the difficulties that come from sharing and re-sharing information when developing a criminal case and preparing for prosecution, and 4) share how technology from cell phones to club cards can assist in locating suspects. View the FULL AGENDA HERE.

Trends and Resources: Consumer and Charitable Fraud Schemes

Assistant Attorney General Simon Whang will provide a primer on Oregon’s Unlawful Trade Practices Act, and the Department of Justice’s functions in protecting Oregon consumers. We will discuss how the law works, common consumer protection issues, DOJ’s outreach, education, and enforcement efforts, and the Charitable Activities section. This session will help fraud practitioners use the UTPA to best advantage, but also inform consumers of goods and services (i.e., everyone) of their rights and how to be a safer, smarter consumer. View the FULL AGENDA HERE.

Speaker Lineup
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Jason Buelt

Detective, Beaverton Police Department

Jason Buelt is a Detective, assigned to the Beaverton Police Department Criminal Investigations Division in the Pro Active Section.

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Shane Winder

Special Agent, Social Security Administration Office of the Inspector General

Shane Winder is a Special Agent with the Social Security Administration Office of the Inspector General.

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Matt Dougherty
Matt Dougherty

Special Agent IRS-CI

Matt Dougherty currently serves as a Special Agent, Criminal Investigation Division, with the Internal Revenue Service.

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Scott Thomas

Special Agent

Scott Thomas is a Special Agent with the National Insurance Crime Bureau.

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Kellie Johnson
Kellie Johnson

Assistant Disciplinary Counsel

Kellie Johnson has served as an Assistant Disciplinary Counsel with the Oregon State Bar since 2010.

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