CPE credits: 1
Speaker: LT. Marcus Booth; Director of Financial Crimes
San Antonio Police Department
Topic: Current Trends in fuel dispenser & ATM skimming in the South Texas region, identification devices, hardening of dispensers, and facilities
Bio: After attending the San Antonio Police Department Training Academy in 1992, Officer Marcus Booth patrolled the streets of San Antonio’s East side for three years. His subsequent promotion to the detective rank led to investigations experience in fatality vehicle accidents and white collar crimes. As a supervisor, Sergeant Booth managed patrol operations and investigative units. Promotion to Lieutenant led to a four year term as the Applicant Processing Director, managing the processing and hiring of new police officers. Currently, Lieutenant Booth is the Director of Financial Crimes and emphasizes customer service for victims, cooperative partnership with the financial industry, proactive investigations, and crime prevention.
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