Financial CaseWorks LLC clients include attorneys, medical practices, non-profits, small businesses and family members in the Portland, Oregon area. A financial interest is a common trait of clients. The need to trace funds, identify assets, and provide information for civil and/or criminal matters is at the core of Financial CaseWorks LLC's business. Specific examples of cases that Kelly has worked on include the following.
Tracing of Funds
Fraud Training and Prevention
- As an analyst for the Washington County Sheriff’s Office Fraud Identity Theft Enforcement Team, worked directly with detectives to analyze victims' financial records and trace funds to suspects' accounts. Prepared detailed analyses to be presented at Grand Jury. Testified at Grand Jury in Washington County.
- Initiated and wrote embezzlement package for victims at the FITE Team at the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. This document is provided as a reference for embezzlement victims. Worked directly with victims to prepare cases for prosecution.
- Worked with medical offices and retail establishments to prepare schedule of losses to be presented during criminal proceedings. Losses are based on reviews of thousands of documents tracing proceeds from the victims' bank accounts and the suspects' bank accounts. Provided litigation support.
- Tracked fraud trends in Washington County. Worked with local, state and federal law enforcement to coordinate ongoing investigations.
- Experience as a Special Investigator retained by the Office of Personnel Management and Department of Homeland Security included hundreds of interviews by subjects and their references. Casework included employment verification, records checks, financial records and developing leads provided to other investigators.
- As a private investigator in Wisconsin performed surveillance related to workman’s compensation claims, workplace violence and divorce proceedings. Reviewed case involving a tribal casino and ethics charges by members of the investment council pertaining to due diligence of investments.
As a Special Agent, worked numerous financial fraud cases that were successfully prosecuted in the Western District of Washington. Was the affiant on federal search and seizure warrants.
Organized the first fictitious financial instruments conference for U.S. Customs Service, New York, 1998. This conference was attended by federal law enforcement worldwide, banking and regulatory agencies and private sector participants.