Computer Crimes Detective Earns Certified Forensic Computer Examiner Credentials

Charlotte County Sheriff’s Office Deputy First Class Michael Wedgewood is now a Certified Forensic Computer Examiner (CFCE), credentialed by the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists. The CFCE is a certification program derived from a series of technical computer/digital forensics competencies. The CFCE certification program consists of a six month, two stage process: Peer Review Certification... Continue Reading →

Economic Crimes Detective Earns Anti-Money Laundering Specialist Credentials

Charlotte County Sheriff's Office Corporal Paul Guyton is now a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist, credentialed by the Association of Certified Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS). Cpl. Guyton, a trained and experienced fraud and financial crimes investigator, met the strict prerequisites required to apply for the program. After completing the six months of training, Cpl. Guyton passed... Continue Reading →

Counterfeit Investigation Leads to Federal Charges

A Charlotte County resident is now facing Federal counterfeiting charges after a multi-jurisdictional investigation by the Charlotte County Sheriff's Office Economic Crimes Unit, North Port Police Department, Desoto County Sheriff's Office and the United States Secret Service. The investigation began in May in Charlotte County and led to the discovery of U.S. Currency being counterfeited... Continue Reading →

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