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									          ASSOCIATION OF CERTIFIED FRAUD EXAMINERS
                       DALLAS CHAPTER
                     FT. WORTH CHAPTER




                         16th Annual Fraud Seminar
                          Special Thanks to Our Sponsors This Year:



                            Presentations by:
       Jim Ratley, Program Director from the National ACFE Office
       North Texas Crime Commission President, Millie DeAnda
       United States Attorney, Northern District of Texas, Richard Roper
       Channel 11 Investigative Reporter, Robert Riggs
       The U.S. Secret Service

Jim Ratley, the Program Director for the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, has
a background in law enforcement with the Dallas Police Department. He was assigned to
several police department divisions, but his concentration was on major fraud cases. He
joined the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners as Program Director in 1988, and
has taught in numerous workshops and conferences around the world. Come join us to
hear Mr. Ratley’s presentation directly from the Austin world headquarters of the
Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.

Millie DeAnda, the current President of the North Texas Crime Commission, coordinates
with government entities, other agencies, and the public, in dealing with current fraud
trends. This commission was formed in 1950 to create support for law enforcement
officials. Its objectives include crime prevention and education. She will inform us
about the initiatives they support, and will present the very informative topic of Corporate
Data Theft and Losses.

Richard Roper, the United States Attorney for the Northern District of Texas was
appointed by President George W. Bush in 2004. Mr. Roper heads up an office of 90
lawyers representing the United States’ interests in civil and criminal court. As a former
prosecuting attorney, he has successfully prosecuted numerous cases involving major
white collar fraud, bank fraud, and money laundering. Come here his report on the
current fraud trends including mortgage fraud and welfare fraud.

Robert Riggs, who is Channel 11’s well known investigative reporter, will present his
report of the city hall investigation that captivated the public’s attention and stirred
controversy among numerous people.

United States Secret Service - A special agent will be presenting topics involving the
United States Secret Service’s involvement in white collar fraud cases.
This course qualifies for EIGHT hours CPE credit for CPA’s and CFE’s, and will be
TECLOSE certified. The cost of the seminar includes parking, a continental breakfast,
lunch, and refreshments throughout the day.

When: Friday, May 19, 2006
        8:00 am – 5:00 pm
         Registration and payment due by May 15th
         Walk-Ins and late registration begins at 7:15 am day of event
         There will be a $25 fee for walk-ins and late registrations
         A continental breakfast will be served

Where: CITYPLACE, Joe Thompson Auditorium (on the First Floor)
       2711 North Haskell Ave., Dallas, TX (Lemmon/Haskell Exit off Central
       Expressway)           ** Parking will be validated **

Cost: Members $100 (Members must be current on their 2006 dues)
      Non-members $125
      Special Police Officer Rate $50

Note: There will be a $25 additional charge if payment not received by Monday,
       May 15, 2006.

PAYMENTS SHOULD BE RECEIVED BY MONDAY, MAY 15th

Please Mail Your Check WITH the Seminar Invoice to

           “Dallas ACFE Chapter”, Treasurer, Jean Manuel, P. O. Box 852194,
            Mesquite, Texas 75185. Any one who will be paying for multiple people
            with a corporate check should notify Jean Manuel at jm1755@aol.com .
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            For seminar questions contact Don McConnell at mcconnell@uta.edu or
            Jim Grace at JamesGrace@bankofamerica.com .

								
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