Identity Theft - September 22-23, 2014


Hosted by Chief Thomas Smith, the St. Paul Police Department,
and the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension
Bureau of Criminal Apprehension: Large Classroom
1430 East Maryland Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55106


September 22-23, 2014


The FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Association and LifeLock® present a two day summit on identity theft. Identity theft investigations can be complex and challenge all law enforcement to share information to protect their communities and reduce victimization of their citizens.  This two day event will be hosted by FBI–LEEDA and LifeLock along with Chief Thomas Smith, the St. Paul Police Department and the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.

This will be an interactive summit with attendees actively encouraged to contribute their experiences and strategies in identity theft investigations, sharing both investigative barriers as well as success stories. The Summit will address a range of identity theft issues to include:

• Aspects of Identity Theft
• Identity Theft Trends
• Peer to Peer
• Relevant Identity Theft Laws
• Live Demonstrations
• Investigative Techniques
• Databases To Assist In Identity Theft Investigations
• Identity Theft Awareness And Protection Strategies
• Active Investigation Case Assistance (must provide active case when registering)



Justin Feffer is the Supervising Investigator of the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Bureau of Investigation Cyber Investigation Response Team (CIRT).  He has been assigned to the Los Angeles Electronic Crimes Task Force (LAECTF) since 2004.  He has instructed more than 3,000 law enforcement officers in over 25 states and internationally in high technology crimes investigations and identity theft.  

Justin has been a sworn law enforcement officer in Southern California since 1988, and a California attorney since 1994.  He is a graduate of information technology crimes investigation programs conducted by the SANS Institute, Carnegie Melon's CERT-CC, FBI, HTCIA, and the California Department of Justice.  He is also a member of the High Technology Crimes Investigation Association (HTCIA) and is an FBI-LEEDA faculty member.   He holds Global Information Assurance Certifications as a Penetration Tester (GPEN), Security Analyst (GSEC), and Forensic Analyst (GCFA).  


Who Should Attend?
For this advanced class, we ask that attendees are: Chiefs, Sheriffs, Investigative Supervisors, Fraud Unit Investigators, Fraud Detectives, Financial Industry Senior Staff and their Fraud Investigators.

You must register before September 17, 2014

To register for this FREE law enforcement training, use the on-line form or please contact:
Paige Hanson at Lifelock®
Manager, Educational Programs
Office: 480-457-2108 
Fax: 480-907-2946

Schedule: 7:30am-8:00am - Registration opens

Program: 8:00am-4:00pm - Training

Complimentary breakfast & lunch provided.

Download our one-page flyer by clicking here