Presenter: Dennis Cunningham, Postal Inspector
Title: United States Postal Inspection Service: Current Trends and Investigative Techniques.
Topics: the history of the Inspection Service; Mail Fraud; External Crimes; Dangerous Mail Investigations; Security and Internal Crimes.
United States Postal Inspector employed by the Denver Division of the United States Postal Inspection Service. I have been employed by the Inspection Service since April 19, 2003. I am currently assigned to the Mail Theft/Mail Fraud/Security Team, which investigates allegations of criminal violations including Mail Fraud, Wire Fraud, Bank Fraud, Securities Fraud, Telemarketing Fraud, and related statutes. Prior to my current assignment, I was assigned to the San Francisco Division, stationed in Stockton, California, where I investigated allegations of criminal violations including Mail Fraud, Wire Fraud, Bank Fraud, Identity Theft, and Mail Theft. I have been a Defensive Tactics Instructor for the Inspection Service for a period of thirteen years. I have also been an Officer Survival Instructor for the Inspection Service for a period of eleven years. I have completed a detail to our national academy as the National Threat Management Coordinator. Prior to becoming a Postal Inspector, I worked for the Bureau of Citizenship and Naturalization Service (then INS). I have a Bachelor’s of Science in Criminal Justice from Culver-Stockton College and a Master’s of Science in Administration of Justice from the University of Central Missouri. I have been married to Julianne for eight years and have one son Landon (7 yrs old) and one daughter Audra (4 yrs old).
Address: PO Box 410043, Kansas City, MO, 64141-0043
Phone: +1 (816) 983-6825