The ACFE Law Enforcement and Government Partnership: A Partnership that Benefits Your Agency


Sarah Ellis, CFE
ACFE Partnership Manager

The start of the New Year often means a fresh perspective, and that is certainly the message we hope to convey with the release of our new Law Enforcement and Government Partnership (LEGP) webpages. We are proud to debut our new LEGP website with a renewed sense of professionalism and user-friendly navigation. Be sure to check it out at

You can easily view and download informational resources about the partnership, navigate through our list of current partners, learn about the benefits associated with joining and quickly get in touch with ACFE staff. Our newest members are now on the website immediately after partnering, and you can connect with more than 800 LinkedIn members in the public sector who are dedicated to fraud prevention and detection by joining the ACFE Law Enforcement and Government Partnership group on LinkedIn.

As mentioned, our informational resources are available for download including our new LEGP video featuring Angela Byers, Section Chief of the Financial Crimes Section of the FBI and Dom Blackshaw, Detective Senior Sergeant of the Western Australia Police. This video, narrated by actor Stacy Keach, highlights the benefits of becoming an LEGP member, having CFEs on staff and how an agency can go about joining the partnership.

We are happy to welcome our newest LEGP members: the Food and Drug Administration, Office of Criminal Investigations, Michigan Gaming Control Board and the New York State Insurance Fund – The Division of Confidential Investigations. Your agency is encouraged to become a partner alongside more than 100 agencies like these and unlock the opportunity to build a solid foundation of anti-fraud knowledge for your team.

Visit to view partnership benefits and the newly-released informational video to help you get started. For more information on how to participate, contact Sarah Ellis, CFE at