Fighting Crimes of Greed
[Note: May date is changed due to Mother’s Day]
Are you writing about bank fraud? Money laundering? Cybercrimes? Come learn about these crimes from the pros! At our May meeting, we’ll have two veteran APD officers who can answer your questions with authority. These public servants have plenty of stories to tell and an incredible amount of experience in Financial Crimes.
Detective/TFO Matt Conley has been with the Austin Police Department since 2001. After five years of working patrol in Central East Austin, Detective Conley was promoted to Detective. For the last ten years he has served in the Financial Crimes Unit, and eight years ago was assigned to the U.S. Secret Service’s Central Texas Financial Crimes Task Force. Due to that assignment, he is also deputized as a Federal Agent by the U.S. Marshal’s Service as a Deputy Marshal.
Detective Mike Morgovnik has been with the Austin Police Department since 1997. He cut his teeth working patrol in Central West Austin and the Downtown Area Command for nine years. He has been a Detective in the Financial Crimes Unit for nine years and also served the last four years with the U.S. Secret Service’s Central Texas Financial Crimes Task Force.
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