Joshua Lee, M.L.S., CFE, CCCI, CTFI, CCIE
Detective Joshua Lee works in the Organized Crime Section for the Mesa (Arizona) Police Department. Joshua specializes in asset forfeiture and white-collar crimes including crypto-crimes.
Joshua earned a B.A. in Justice Studies, a M.S. in Legal Studies and is a Certified Fraud Examiner. He is an adjunct law and criminal justice professor at a large national university and smaller regional college. He also instructs police in-service training, teaches at the regional police academy and is a financial crimes consultant for banks and financial institutions throughout the State of Arizona.
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Locating hidden assets: How criminals hide assets and what you can do to find them– 1
Straw ownership is still the preferred method of hiding assets for fraudsters
Guilty by association: How data linking strengthens investigations–
With a few clicks of the mouse, an internet connection and the right know-how, police investigators can find crucial connections
How data sharing between agencies can reduce crime–
Effective data sharing can improve investigations, increase arrests and ensure successful prosecutions
Making big data small: The importance of relevant data collection for crime-fighting–
Data literacy – the ability to derive meaningful information from data – should be the goal of every agency
4 ways to leverage the power of a smartphone in policing–
Smartphones have various applications in policing – here’s how to use them to their full potential
Cryptocurrency 101: What cops need to know about crime, cryptocurrencies and the dark web–
Criminals are turning to a new platform – cryptocurrency – to hide money, making it nearly impossible for local and state agencies to investigate