Chelsea Binns CV

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EDUCATION
PhD, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY
Area of Concentration: Criminal Justice Policy, Inspection & Oversight
M.Phil., Criminal Justice, CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY
MA, Criminal Justice, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York, NY
Area of Study: Investigative Technique, GPA 3.84
BA (Honors), Law and Society, Ramapo College of New Jersey, Mahwah, NJ
Major GPA 3.85, Overall 3.57
Certificate, Forensic Accounting, New York University, New York, NY

CERTIFICATION AND LICENSURE
Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) (#150122)
Licensed Notary Public (#01BI6093579) New York County, NY

TEACHING/RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
Instructor, Department of Public Management, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Master’s Program in Public Administration (MPA) 2011-Present
Teacher’s Assistant, Department of Law and Police Science, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Course Sections CRJ 710 and CRJ 711 (Graduate Criminology, Law, Police, Corrections)
Research Assistant to Larry E. Sullivan, Associate Dean and Chief Librarian, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

AWARDS/HONORS
Student Council Scholarship Award, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Dean’s List, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Dean’s List, Ramapo College of New Jersey

PUBLICATIONS
Binns, C. (Spring 2014).  Fraud Hotlines and Cybercrime Prevention in the Financial Industry. Citi Cyber Intelligence Journal.  70-74.

PRESENTATIONS
Binns, C. (2014, January; June) “From the Jay Walk to Park Avenue: Six Figure Jobs in the Financial Industry.”
Workshop for MPA students. John Jay College of Criminal Justice.  New York, NY.

Binns, C. (2013, November 5-8) Does Your Hotline Have Sizzle?  [A Fraud Hotline Performance Assessment Using Social Media Data]  Presentation at the Association of Inspectors General Fall Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Binns, C. (2013, November 1-2) Hotlines: Fraud Prevention, Detection and Organizational Performance. White Collar Crime Panel Member, Northeast Conference on Public Administration, University of Delaware. Newark, DE.

Binns, C. (2011, October), Fraud Hotlines- Learning From Experience.  Invited Speaker, Association of Inspectors General (AIG) Fall Conference, Williamsburg, VA

RELEVANT PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Vice President, Fraud Surveillance Unit (FSU), Citigroup, 2011 to Present
Director, Corporate Security & Investigations, Morgan Stanley, 2007 to 2011
Investigative Analyst, New York State Office of the Attorney General, 2005 to 2007
Confidential Investigator, New York City Department of Investigation, 2004 to 2005
Legal Assistant, White & Case LLP, 2003 to 2004
Paralegal, Riker Danzig, Sherer, Hyland and Peretti, 2000-2002

INTERNSHIPS
Investigative Intern, United States Attorney’s Office, EDNY, Brooklyn, NY
Investigative Intern, New York City Department of Investigation (DOI), New York, NY
Legal Intern, Office of the Corporation Counsel, Washington, DC

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND ACTIVITIES
2nd Vice President and Training Director, New York City Chapter, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE)
Member, ACFE National Chapter; New York City Area Local Chapter
Member, ACFE Advisory Counsel
Member, American Society of Criminology
Member, Association of Inspectors General
Member, NYC Area Event Planner, Ramapo College Alumni Committee 2007-2010

SERVICE TO THE UNIVERSITY
Criminal Justice Doctoral Students Association (CJDSA) Business Committee 2012
Faculty Membership Committee, John Jay College of Criminal Justice 2008-2009

SPECIAL TRAINING
Emerging Leader Program, Morgan Stanley, 2010
Statistics for Management, New York University, 2010
Data Analytics and Reporting, New York University, 2010
Self Leader Program, Morgan Stanley, 2009
Public Speaking, Morgan Stanley, 2009
Certified Fraud Examiner Test Preparation Course, New York University, 2008
Dreamweaver I and II, 2007
Follow the Money, Regional Counterdrug Training Academy, 2006
Analytical Investigative Techniques, Regional Counterdrug Training Academy, 2006
Investigator Training Program, New York City Department of Investigation, 2005

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