February 22, 2016
8:00 AM to Noon
North Raleigh Hilton
3415 Wake Forest Rd, Raleigh, NC 27609
ID Theft / IRS Criminal Investigation
8:00 - 9:50 Caroline Farmer ID theft, Scams & Elder Fraud
9:50 - 10:05 Break Drinks and snacks will be available
10:05-Noon Scott Cunningham Practical Investigative Issues
Victims and Citizens Section
North Carolina Department of Justice
Caroline Farmer is a native of Raleigh, North Carolina. She received her undergraduate and law degree from UNC. She worked for several years in Governor Hunt’s administration as an Agency Liaison and Director of Highway Beautification. Prior to joining Attorney General Roy Cooper’s staff in 2003, she was in private practice.
Ms. Farmer was on the International Association of Chiefs of Police task force on identity theft. She currently oversees the Attorney General’s public education efforts statewide on topics such as identity theft, financial exploitation of older adults, Internet safety for children, etc.
Ms. Farmer has two children, Cate and Brendan. Her father is retired Superior Court Judge Bob Farmer, former chair of the N.C. Ethics Commission. She currently serves on the state board of NC Wheels for Hope.
Regional Security Manager - Deere & Co
Scott Cunningham has 15 years of combined law enforcement investigative and management experience and 9+ years of corporate security and management experience. He continues to craft and drive forward strategic security and risk mitigation solutions for protecting assets, employees, and enterprise reputation against rapidly emerging, ever-changing global threats. Scott is valued for analytic and strategic insights combined with organizational and relationship-building expertise that have advanced critical enterprise security initiatives and led to millions of dollars in asset recovery and loss prevention. Scott received his Master’s degree from Western Illinois University.