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Join us as we take on fraud in Tarrant County

12th Annual Tolleson Fraud Conference

  • May 03, 2024
  • 7:15 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Texas Wesleyan University


  • Special price for FW ACFE Chapter members
  • For groups of 5 or more
  • If not a current student member of the FW ACFE Chapter, please coordinate with vp@fwacfe.org to provide documentation of current student status.

Registration is closed

The 12th Annual Tolleson Fraud Conference, co-hosted by Texas Wesleyan University and the Fort Worth ACFE Chapter, is an in-person event held on Texas Wesleyan University campus in Fort Worth, TX. For more information on the event and the speakers, please visit the event page.

Date : Friday, May 3, 2024

Topics & Speakers:

Interviews & Interrogations: Techniques and tips from a police detective turned Certified Fraud Examiner

Jared Ross, MA, CFE, Arlington Police Department

Internal Audits That Create Shared Stakeholder Value: Adopting an Agile Mindset

Dr. Thomas Bell, Texas Wesleyan University

Your Business is My Business: A Case Study

Candace Richards, Internal Revenue Service

Low Man on the Totem Pole: How I Became a White Collar Criminal

Helen Sharkey

Identifying and Obtaining Evidence of Fraud

Harry White & Monroe Solomon III, Nickols White Solomon

How Prosecutors Use Certified Fraud Examiners

Steve Fawcett & Melinda Chaney, Dallas County District Attorney's Office

Painting a False Picture of Payroll

Rick Roybal, CFE, Matador Resources

  • Develop a deeper understanding of financial fraud by studying actual fraud cases
  • Identify methods used to commit financial fraud
  • Examine different approaches to prevent, detect, and investigate fraud
  • Evaluate strategies to assess and mitigate the risk of fraud
  • Understand how fraud impacts individuals, consumers, organizations, and society
Prerequisites: No prerequisites are required

Nick and Lou Martin University Center

Texas Wesleyan University

3165 E. Rosedale Street, Fort Worth, TX 76105

(2nd floor foyer)

Parking: Complimentary parking provided in lot B (3165 E Rosedale St) and lots C & D (1260 Collard St) - see campus map

Check-In, Breakfast, and Networking: 7:15 am - 8:00 am
Speaker Sessions: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

(through April 26th):
Guest: $325
Member: $275
Student: $75
(after April 26th):
Guest: $350
Member: $300
Student: $100
CPEs Offered:  9.0 hours (TSBPA approved)

Breakfast, lunch, and refreshments will be provided and are included in the registration cost. A 100% refund will be available through April 26th. You may also transfer your registration to a different individual if you are no longer able to attend.

A group rate is available for groups of 5 or more - for $275 per person. Contact president@fwacfe.org for assistance with registration.

The event is planned as in-person format only (no virtual attendance option). Face masks are not required. 

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