Wednesday, June 20 | 10:05-11:20 AM
Recommended Prerequisite: A basic understanding of money laundering investigations
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Money laundering is the act of taking criminal proceeds and disguising or distancing the proceeds from their illicit origin in order to use them to perform legal (or further illegal) acts. This session will explore the money laundering process and discuss common investigative techniques and tools available to fraud examiners.
You Will Learn How To:
Criminal Intelligence Analyst, Texas Department of Public Safety, Texas Ranger Division
Jason Zirkle is an Intelligence Analyst with the Texas Ranger division of the Texas Department
of Public Safety (DPS). At DPS, he works alongside Texas Rangers and DPS Special Agents,
providing investigative support and financial analysis on major financial crime investigations,
including money laundering, fraud, embezzling and theft, public corruption, identity theft, illegal
gambling, and other white-collar crimes. He also provides financial expertise to non-financial
DPS criminal cases, such as murder investigations, narcotics, and human smuggling and
trafficking. Zirkle is the FinCEN Agency Coordinator for Texas DPS, and conducts training within DPS on
FinCEN and financial crime.
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