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Mr. Schneider is from the Atlanta, Georgia area.
Mr. Schneider is a P.O.S.T. certified investigator adept in computer forensics who has a broad spectrum of experience investigating financial crime investigations. He has worked several multi-jurisdictional investigations, one of which culminated in federal convictions of multiple suspects with estimated losses in excess of $68 million. Mr. Schneider has received advanced training and developed experience in areas including complex document analysis, digital evidence retrieval and preservations, digital forensics, asset forfeiture, money laundering, and the Bank Secrecy Act.
Prior to accepting his position as an OIG Investigator, Mr. Schneider worked as a Special Agent with the United States Secret Service in Miami, Florida, investigating violations of federal laws related to counterfeit currency, fraudulent credit cards, money laundering, identity fraud, wire fraud, mail fraud, bank fraud, and threats against protectees. Before his tenure with the Secret Service, Mr. Schneider served as a Criminal Investigator with the Georgia Governor’s Office of Consumer Protection. While there, Mr. Schneider investigated violations of state laws pertaining to computer facilitated crimes, credit card transaction fraud, counterfeit identification manufacturing, and other white collar crimes.
Mr. Schneider is a Kennesaw State University graduate who holds both a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice and Master of Science degree in Information Systems. Mr. Schneider is also a Certified Forensic Computer Examiner (C.F.C.E.).