STEP Lunchtime Lecture No.10 – ‘An insight to fighting Economic Crime in Guernsey – from Intelligence to Evidence.’
January 28 at 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Lunchtime Lecture No.10
Topic: ‘An insight to fighting Economic Crime in Guernsey – from Intelligence to Evidence.’
Speaker: Andy Domaille, Head of Economic Crime, Guernsey Law Enforcement – ICART/FCT
In this lecture Andy hopes to clear up some of the confusion that he has seen/experienced at ECD.
Individuals are often of the belief that the FIS (one unit of 3 within ECD) undertake investigations, carry out production orders and prosecutions and provide case studies on them when this is not the case – they take the SAR’s from industry and then enhance the intelligence from them and pass them on – investigations, orders and prosecutions are undertaken by the 2 other teams within ECD both locally and globally to an evidential standard rather than an intelligence standard.
Andy Domaille is the Head of Economic Crime with Guernsey Law Enforcement with responsibilities for criminal investigations in economic crime and international cooperation matters and asset recovery.
Andy has been in law enforcement for over 34 years in both Border Agency and Police. He was a Police Officer for 27 years, was seconded to Scotland Yard for a period and holds academic qualifications in Forensic Computing and Fraud Management, before retiring as a Detective Inspector in July 2016. Prior to his retirement Andy was running a joint Financial Criminal Team at the Economic Crime Division of the Guernsey Border Agency. He set up and headed the Computer Crime Unit at the Guernsey Police and prior to that he oversaw the Commercial Fraud and External Affairs department in the Police starting his involvement in investigating financial crime in 1998.
He has undertaken a number of serious and complex fraud cases and has given evidence in both financial crime and cybercrime cases in a number of jurisdictions and has given expert witness evidence at the ‘Old Bailey’ in London. He has worked on ‘International Cooperation’, ‘Proceeds of Crime’ and ‘Fraud Investigation’ cases throughout that time and has worked closely with MLRO’s for the duration. As a result of these cases he has overseen and served more production orders than he cares to remember.
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Lecture will start 12pm sharp and last for approx. 45 minutes with 10-15 minutes for questions.
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