LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING
IDENTITY THEFT & FRAUD INVESTIGATIONS
FRAUD TRAINING & CONSULTATIONS FOR PRIVATE INDUSTRY INCLUDING RETAIL, HOSPITALITY, CORPORATE CLIENTS & HOMEOWNER ASSOCIATIONS
Provide comprehensive training to local, state, and federal law enforcement partners in order to provide them the legal and investigative knowledge in order to successfully investigate and prosecute street level fraud subjects.
Provide tailored trainings to corporations in order to raise employee & management awareness of the fraud threats and trends which have a negative impact on the company's bottom line.
Provide the community with fraud familiarization training in order to raise awareness and reduce the chances of members of our community falling victim to the various fraud schemes.
About SIFLET's President
Kenneth Sealy is a U.S Army combat veteran with over 20 years of military and civilian law enforcement experience. Kenneth has served in various positions to include Field Training Officer, agency defense tactics and general topics instructor, plain clothes gang and narcotics enforcement, general criminal investigator, specialized & economic crimes investigations, and Task Force Officer with IRS, USSS, and the Department of Homeland Security Investigations (HSI). Kenneth has written and executed over 500 fraud warrants and has extensive experience investigating and assisting in the prosecution of fraud cases on both the state and federal level.
Kenneth has received numerous local, state, and federal awards for his investigative work on economic crimes to include the 2019 U.S Attorney General’s Award for Investigative Excellence. Kenneth is certified as an expert witness by multiple federal judges in the Southern District of Florida in the manner and methods in which identity theft and fraud related crimes are committed.
EVOLUTION OF WHITE-COLLAR CRIME
Thanks to continued advances in technology the standard definition of "white-collar" crime is obsolete. The internet paired with mobile device connectivity has fueled the rapid growth of identity theft and fraud related crimes. The part most people are missing is that many of the perpetrators of these crimes are 16 to 26 years old. The reward is currently viewed as greater than the risk which has resulted in gangs and violent career criminals evolving into a multitude of fraud related crimes.
Most people including law enforcement have a lack of understanding in how these crimes are executed. Many simply believe that these crimes are too complex and advanced for criminal street gangs to master. The reality is nothing can be further from the truth.
All methods taught by SIFLET have been proven in the field as legal and effective methods to investigate fraud and identity theft crimes. Kenneth has consulted with various law enforcement agencies on ways to investigate violent street gangs involved in fraud with positive results. All training courses strongly emphasize the need for officers to be aware of ever evolving changes in laws and updates in case laws which impact the manner in which law enforcement cases are investigated and prosecuted.