NoCo Chapter Registration & Dinner Training Session

Topic – Elder Theft

Tuesday, August 13th 2019 5:30 P.M. – 8:00 P.M.
Board meeting to follow 8:00 P.M. to 8:45 P.M.

Longs Peak Conference Room
Medical Center of the Rockies
2500 Rocky Mountain Ave, Loveland, CO 80538

Directions – Enter the front of the medical center facing West.  Conference room will be located down the stairs and to the left and will be held in the “Longs Peak” room across from the cafeteria.



Topic – Elder Theft

Accomplished speaker, writer, Forensic Accountant and CFE, Don Rudisuhle, provides financial investigative services to victims of elder financial exploitation.  Don’s experience and skills come from enforcing financial integrity while working international foreign aid projects.  Don’s passion is manifested in designing methodologies and tools to:

  • Stop instances of theft from vulnerable adults

  • Recover lost assets

  • Hold perpetrators accountable

Mr. Rudisuhle will cover elder theft providing valuable investigative techniques, victim and family interaction and trial exhibit preparation.




Topic – Digital Forensics for the Fraud Professional

In your career, have you ever been faced with the loss of electronically stored information; ESI?  The statistics are familiar: 93% of new corporate data is electronic and 70% will never be printed.  The implications are enough to make even the most hardened discovery veteran shudder.  However, this is only part of the story.  Truly important data – perhaps the smoking gun that makes or saves a case – may exist entirely outside this large volume of active data.

This class will teach you the basics of computer forensics as they relate to electronically stored information (“ESI”) along with the ethical considerations you, as a fraud examination professional, may have when dealing with electronically stored information.  It is crucially important that all CFE’s keep up with this rapidly changing landscape.  Are you ready?

Members and Non-Members Receive 2 CPE Credits.


Robert Kelso, Chief Executive Officer

Melinda Redenius, Chief Business Officer, Forensic Analyst

Visit the Forensic Pursuit website,

Topic – Ethics

The foundation of ethical decision making

Case discussions

Members and Non-Members Receive 2 CPE Credits on Ethics


Dr. Keiko Krahnke, Department Chair, Management Department UNC

co-presenting with Gabe Dickey CPA, Accounting Department Professor, UNC