KBA Fraud Academy



The KBA Fraud Academy is a “first of its kind” two-day school that will train employees at all levels of your institution on fraud risk and what they can do fight it. This program will feature speakers from the United States Secret Service, attorneys from the United States for the Eastern District of Kentucky, Lexington Police Department, and other current and former law enforcement experts that will share their experiences and insights to best educate your bankers on how to mitigate fraud risk and ultimately reduce your fraud loss.

Every bank in our industry is losing money and time from fraud and this school will educate your employees on how to reduce those losses. We will be covering over eighteen (18) areas of fraud including check fraud, elder fraud, cybercrimes and fraud prevention tools. There are only fifty (50) spaces available so register today to ensure that you do not miss out on this great opportunity!

You will receive a KBA Certified Specialist Certificate after completing this program.

Should you need overnight accommodations, please call the hotel at 859-231-9000. Ask for group code KBAFRA. Meeting attendees will receive a discounted rate of $145.00. This rate will expire July 8, 2023.
When
8/8/2023 - 8/9/2023
Where
Hilton Lexington/Downtown Hotel 369 West Vine Street Lexington, KY 40507
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Ms. Angela Campbell
Ms. Angela Campbell
Central Bank & Trust Company

Angela has 39 years of extensive knowledge in banking operations, fraud and compliance. Her current role as a BSA Officer is responsible for the bank’s compliance with the Bank Secrecy Act. She is an expert in her field by maintaining certifications as a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) and a Certified Financial Crimes Specialist (CFCS). Angela is also a board member of Bluegrass Crime Stoppers and Financial Institutions Security Officers Association.
Ms. Angela Campbell
Ms. Angela Campbell
Central Bank & Trust Company
Angela has 39 years of extensive knowledge in banking operations, fraud and compliance. Her current role as a BSA Officer is responsible for the bank’s compliance with the Bank Secrecy Act. She is an expert in her field by maintaining certifications as a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) and a Certified Financial Crimes Specialist (CFCS). Angela is also a board member of Bluegrass Crime Stoppers and Financial Institutions Security Officers Association.CAMPBELL, ANGELA
Steve Cobb
Steve Cobb

Steve has twenty-two years of law enforcement experience and currently serves the city of Versailles as member of the DEA Task Force. He retired from the Lexington Division of Police where he worked Patrol, Narcotics Enforcement, Intelligence and Organized Crime Unit and retired as a Robbery/Homicide Detective. Steve was a member of the Emergency Response Unit (SWAT), a police instructor specializing in defensive tactics and currently serves as the Intelligence Coordinator for the Kentucky Narcotics Officers Association. Steve has investigated numerous bank robberies and trains bank personnel on preparing for and dealing with bank robberies and critical incidents.
Steve Cobb
Steve Cobb
Steve has twenty-two years of law enforcement experience and currently serves the city of Versailles as member of the DEA Task Force. He retired from the Lexington Division of Police where he worked Patrol, Narcotics Enforcement, Intelligence and Organized Crime Unit and retired as a Robbery/Homicide Detective. Steve was a member of the Emergency Response Unit (SWAT), a police instructor specializing in defensive tactics and currently serves as the Intelligence Coordinator for the Kentucky Narcotics Officers Association. Steve has investigated numerous bank robberies and trains bank personnel on preparing for and dealing with bank robberies and critical incidents.COBB, STEVE
Mr. Shane Ensminger
Mr. Shane Ensminger
Central Bank & Trust Company

Senior Vice President, Director of Financial Intelligence & Security Unit, Central Bank & Trust Co.

Prior to joining Central Bank, Shane served 22 years with the Lexington Division of Police. In his tenure at LPD he served numerous assignments to include Detective and Sergeant of the Narcotics Enforcement Unit, Intelligence and Organized Crime Unit, FBI Criminal Enterprise Task Force, FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force, DEA Task Force, US Marshall’s Fugitive Task Force and served as the Assistant Commander of the Emergency Response Unit (SWAT). Shane has been in banking for eight years. Shane completed the Graduate School of Banking in Colorado and has a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice.
Mr. Shane Ensminger
Mr. Shane Ensminger
Central Bank & Trust Company
Senior Vice President, Director of Financial Intelligence & Security Unit, Central Bank & Trust Co.

Prior to joining Central Bank, Shane served 22 years with the Lexington Division of Police. In his tenure at LPD he served numerous assignments to include Detective and Sergeant of the Narcotics Enforcement Unit, Intelligence and Organized Crime Unit, FBI Criminal Enterprise Task Force, FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force, DEA Task Force, US Marshall’s Fugitive Task Force and served as the Assistant Commander of the Emergency Response Unit (SWAT). Shane has been in banking for eight years. Shane completed the Graduate School of Banking in Colorado and has a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice.
ENSMINGER, SHANE
Varinka Ensminger
Varinka Ensminger

Varinka Ensminger is a graduate of Marshall University with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Integrated Science and Technology (ISAT): Biotechnology with a minor in Math, and holds a Master's degree in Business and Organizational Security Management from Webster University. She is retired Forensic Services Unit Detective with the Lexington Police Department and maintains her Kentucky Law Enforcement Certified Instructor certification and continues to teach Forensics Investigations to police and civilians. Currently, she is the Security Manager for the US Department of Defense, USSOCOM PEO SOFSA in Lexington, KY. She is also a Lt. Col in the US Army Reserves with over twenty years of military service and is an instructor with the Army Command and General Staff College.
Varinka Ensminger
Varinka Ensminger
Varinka Ensminger is a graduate of Marshall University with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Integrated Science and Technology (ISAT): Biotechnology with a minor in Math, and holds a Master's degree in Business and Organizational Security Management from Webster University. She is retired Forensic Services Unit Detective with the Lexington Police Department and maintains her Kentucky Law Enforcement Certified Instructor certification and continues to teach Forensics Investigations to police and civilians. Currently, she is the Security Manager for the US Department of Defense, USSOCOM PEO SOFSA in Lexington, KY. She is also a Lt. Col in the US Army Reserves with over twenty years of military service and is an instructor with the Army Command and General Staff College. ENSMINGER, VARINKA
Seth Frazier
Seth Frazier
Lexington Police Intelligence

Detective Seth Frazier is a 17-year veteran of the Lexington Division of Police and has served the past six years in the Special Investigations Section/Intelligence Unit as a Human Trafficking Investigator. Detective Frazier is a certified instructor through the state of Kentucky, trained in multiple facets such as Defensive Tactics, Driving, Special Investigations, and Firearms. Detective Frazier currently serves as a Task Force Officer with the Federal Bureau of Investigation working alongside the US Attorney’s Office to successfully prosecute Human Trafficking/Exploitation cases. He also serves as a board member of the Kentucky Statewide Human Trafficking Task Force and has recently worked closely with the Kentucky Attorney General’s Office for the launch of the Hope Initiative, a program designed to combat Human Trafficking throughout the state. Detective Frazier has a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice at Eastern Kentucky University.
Seth Frazier
Seth Frazier
Lexington Police Intelligence
Detective Seth Frazier is a 17-year veteran of the Lexington Division of Police and has served the past six years in the Special Investigations Section/Intelligence Unit as a Human Trafficking Investigator. Detective Frazier is a certified instructor through the state of Kentucky, trained in multiple facets such as Defensive Tactics, Driving, Special Investigations, and Firearms. Detective Frazier currently serves as a Task Force Officer with the Federal Bureau of Investigation working alongside the US Attorney’s Office to successfully prosecute Human Trafficking/Exploitation cases. He also serves as a board member of the Kentucky Statewide Human Trafficking Task Force and has recently worked closely with the Kentucky Attorney General’s Office for the launch of the Hope Initiative, a program designed to combat Human Trafficking throughout the state. Detective Frazier has a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice at Eastern Kentucky University.FRAZIER, SETH
Mr. David Hake
Mr. David Hake
Central Bank & Trust Company

With nearly 20 years of IT experience and multiple IT certifications from Microsoft and Cisco, David Hake has spent his career designing, implementing and protecting critical IT networks. He now serves as the Director of Technology for Central Bank and leads the technology strategic, organizational and business development efforts with a focus on cybersecurity. David has extensive experience in defending against zero-day exploits, cyber threats and dynamic attack vectors using the latest techniques, strategies and controls.
Mr. David Hake
Mr. David Hake
Central Bank & Trust Company
With nearly 20 years of IT experience and multiple IT certifications from Microsoft and Cisco, David Hake has spent his career designing, implementing and protecting critical IT networks. He now serves as the Director of Technology for Central Bank and leads the technology strategic, organizational and business development efforts with a focus on cybersecurity. David has extensive experience in defending against zero-day exploits, cyber threats and dynamic attack vectors using the latest techniques, strategies and controls.HAKE, DAVID
Mr. Gene  Haynes
Mr. Gene Haynes
Central Bank & Trust Company

Gene has over 20 years of experience in Fraud Investigations. He has previously worked as a multistate Regional Fraud Investigator for a Supercenter Chain Department Store before joining the Lexington Division of Police where he served as a Field Training Officer, a Detective assigned to the Residential Burglary and Financial Crimes Units, and a Task Force Officer assigned to the I.R.S. Criminal Investigations. He is a Kentucky Law Enforcement Council Certified Instructor in the topics of Financial Crimes and Retail Theft & Fraud.

He currently serves at the Chairperson of the Central Kentucky Financial Institutions Security Officer Association (FISOA) and a Board Member of the Kentucky Organized Retail Crime Association (KYORCA).
Mr. Gene  Haynes
Mr. Gene Haynes
Central Bank & Trust Company
Gene has over 20 years of experience in Fraud Investigations. He has previously worked as a multistate Regional Fraud Investigator for a Supercenter Chain Department Store before joining the Lexington Division of Police where he served as a Field Training Officer, a Detective assigned to the Residential Burglary and Financial Crimes Units, and a Task Force Officer assigned to the I.R.S. Criminal Investigations. He is a Kentucky Law Enforcement Council Certified Instructor in the topics of Financial Crimes and Retail Theft & Fraud.

He currently serves at the Chairperson of the Central Kentucky Financial Institutions Security Officer Association (FISOA) and a Board Member of the Kentucky Organized Retail Crime Association (KYORCA).
HAYNES, GENE
Mike Helsby
Mike Helsby

Mike is a retired Financial Crimes Detective with the Lexington Police department. He served 20 years with Lexington Police holding positions of Financial Crimes detective for 12 years and served as the task force officer with the United States Secret Service for 5 years. During his time with the U.S.S.S he presented at multiple asset forfeiture conferences discussing federal cases in which he had investigated. During his time with the U.S.S.S he was able to seize over $12 million dollars in assets related to federal cases he developed and investigated. As a financial crimes detective Mike worked multiple skimming cases to include cloned cards, ATM and gas pump skimming. Mike arrested and prosecuted numerous groups of multi-state card fraud suspects travelling through Lexington and was able to compile all the evidence needed for successful prosecution. Mike has attended and hosted U.S.S.S sponsored skimming conferences with attendees from both the United States and foreign countries.
Mike Helsby
Mike Helsby
Mike is a retired Financial Crimes Detective with the Lexington Police department. He served 20 years with Lexington Police holding positions of Financial Crimes detective for 12 years and served as the task force officer with the United States Secret Service for 5 years. During his time with the U.S.S.S he presented at multiple asset forfeiture conferences discussing federal cases in which he had investigated. During his time with the U.S.S.S he was able to seize over $12 million dollars in assets related to federal cases he developed and investigated. As a financial crimes detective Mike worked multiple skimming cases to include cloned cards, ATM and gas pump skimming. Mike arrested and prosecuted numerous groups of multi-state card fraud suspects travelling through Lexington and was able to compile all the evidence needed for successful prosecution. Mike has attended and hosted U.S.S.S sponsored skimming conferences with attendees from both the United States and foreign countries.HELSBY, MIKE
Sheena Humphrey
Sheena Humphrey

Sheena London Humphrey is the Family Services Office Supervisor for Southern Bluegrass Region Central Intake. She has over a decade of experience within the Cabinet for Health and Family Services and Central Intake Branch. She has worked out of three regions of the state during that time as worker, clinician, and supervisor. She received a master’s degree in Justice Administration from the University of Louisville.
Sheena Humphrey
Sheena Humphrey
Sheena London Humphrey is the Family Services Office Supervisor for Southern Bluegrass Region Central Intake. She has over a decade of experience within the Cabinet for Health and Family Services and Central Intake Branch. She has worked out of three regions of the state during that time as worker, clinician, and supervisor. She received a master’s degree in Justice Administration from the University of Louisville.HUMPHREY, SHEENA
Erin Roth
Erin Roth

Ms. Roth has been an Assistant United States Attorney in the Eastern District of Kentucky for approximately 18 years. Since 2005, Ms. Roth has prosecuted a variety of types of criminal cases including child exploitation, violent crime, and complex white collar fraud. She currently serves as the Human Trafficking Coordinator, the Project Safe Childhood Coordinator, and the Senior Litigation Counsel for the Eastern District of Kentucky and focuses her prosecution efforts on child exploitation and human trafficking matters. Prior to joining the United States Attorney’s Office, Ms. Roth served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable John M. Rogers on the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. Ms. Roth graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Law.
Erin Roth
Erin Roth
Ms. Roth has been an Assistant United States Attorney in the Eastern District of Kentucky for approximately 18 years. Since 2005, Ms. Roth has prosecuted a variety of types of criminal cases including child exploitation, violent crime, and complex white collar fraud. She currently serves as the Human Trafficking Coordinator, the Project Safe Childhood Coordinator, and the Senior Litigation Counsel for the Eastern District of Kentucky and focuses her prosecution efforts on child exploitation and human trafficking matters. Prior to joining the United States Attorney’s Office, Ms. Roth served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable John M. Rogers on the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. Ms. Roth graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Law.ROTH, ERIN
Ms. Karen Rowland
Ms. Karen Rowland
Central Bank & Trust Company

Karen Rowland has served as a Senior Vice President and manager of Corporate Services for Central Bank & Trust Co. for more than sixteen years. Karen is responsible for the treasury management service and product lines affecting a wide variety of business clients.

Karen has 35 years of banking experience and during that time has held management positions in Treasury Management, Operations, Retail and Client Services. Her experience with Treasury Management has provided many opportunities to serve governmental, healthcare, insurance, and educational and many other specialized industries with sales, implementation and ongoing support for those clients.

Karen has been a Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) since 1994 and is a member of the Association of Financial Professionals. She has served as the President and Vice President of the Kentucky Treasury Management Association. She is currently serving on the Cash & Treasury Management committee of EPCOR Association – regional payments association. Karen received her Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Kentucky and an M.B.A. from Xavier University.
Ms. Karen Rowland
Ms. Karen Rowland
Central Bank & Trust Company
Karen Rowland has served as a Senior Vice President and manager of Corporate Services for Central Bank & Trust Co. for more than sixteen years. Karen is responsible for the treasury management service and product lines affecting a wide variety of business clients.

Karen has 35 years of banking experience and during that time has held management positions in Treasury Management, Operations, Retail and Client Services. Her experience with Treasury Management has provided many opportunities to serve governmental, healthcare, insurance, and educational and many other specialized industries with sales, implementation and ongoing support for those clients.

Karen has been a Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) since 1994 and is a member of the Association of Financial Professionals. She has served as the President and Vice President of the Kentucky Treasury Management Association. She is currently serving on the Cash & Treasury Management committee of EPCOR Association – regional payments association. Karen received her Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Kentucky and an M.B.A. from Xavier University.
ROWLAND, KAREN
Richard Yancey
Richard Yancey

Richard Yancey is a Federal Contractor with Firebird AST. He attended Transylvania University in Lexington, KY studying computer programming and accounting. After college he spent eight years working for the Bank of Lexington holding various positions in retail and accounting. He then joined the Lexington Division of Police serving most of his career in the Special Investigations Section/Intelligence Unit where he worked complex criminal cases with the USSS, DEA, ATF and FBI. In 2015 he was asked to join a USSS Task Force to investigate a large Romanian financial fraud case involving the use if cryptocurrency to move illicit funds. He retired from the Lexington Police in 2017 and currently serves as an analyst for the USSS specializing in cryptocurrency investigations. He has testified in Federal court multiple times about Bitcoin, and is a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
Richard Yancey
Richard Yancey
Richard Yancey is a Federal Contractor with Firebird AST. He attended Transylvania University in Lexington, KY studying computer programming and accounting. After college he spent eight years working for the Bank of Lexington holding various positions in retail and accounting. He then joined the Lexington Division of Police serving most of his career in the Special Investigations Section/Intelligence Unit where he worked complex criminal cases with the USSS, DEA, ATF and FBI. In 2015 he was asked to join a USSS Task Force to investigate a large Romanian financial fraud case involving the use if cryptocurrency to move illicit funds. He retired from the Lexington Police in 2017 and currently serves as an analyst for the USSS specializing in cryptocurrency investigations. He has testified in Federal court multiple times about Bitcoin, and is a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.YANCEY, RICHARD
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Substitutions are always welcome and encouraged. All cancellations and substitutions request must be submitted in writing prior to the event.

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