PRM is currently seeking qualified candidates to apply for the position of Financial Investigator in Arlington,
- Requisition Number: 1045
- Position Title: Financial Investigator (FI)
- Location: Arlington, VA
- Status/Hours: Full-time/40 hours per week
- Clearance Level Required: Top Secret
- Minimum Qualifications:
A minimum of ten years of law enforcement experience in planning, conducting and participating in
complex financial investigations with a minimum of five years in a specialized area of expertise such as
Forfeiture, Organized Crime, White Collar Crime, Fraud, Drug, Money Laundering, or similar areas of
criminal activity is required. An undergraduate degree is required. The SFI must possess working
knowledge of current financial investigative techniques, including the use of commercial databases and
other sources of information, and a valid driver’s license. Foreign language skills are preferred. A TS
clearance is required for this position.
- Description of Duties: (The following list is to show the typical services and support for the specified
labor category. The list is designed to show typical projects, the list is not all inclusive, and other types of
services may be required):
Provide advice and guidance to fully develop the forfeiture aspects of an on-going investigation.
Advice and guidance include, but are not limited to, education of Investigating Agencies’ agents on
specific tools and techniques utilized to analyze financial information.
Analyze financial records obtained by the Investigating Agencies through internal and external databases
and submit reports documenting the results, when requested. Specifically, the contractor will review
bank statements; deposits; and debit transactions, including checks, letters of credit, Currency
Transaction Reports (CTR), loan applications, and related records that are obtained pursuant to Federal
and State subpoenas and search warrants executed by the Government. The contractor will review the
documents to determine hidden assets and false statements that are used to hide illicit assets from
investigators and to make the assets appear to be legitimate.
Review, process, and analyze information sufficient to 1) assist in determining the amount to seek for
forfeiture; 2) identify and trace assets during the course of investigations; and 3) assist the Government in
perfecting its interest in the property.
Assist in the location and repatriation of assets that are subject to forfeiture.
Identify the individuals and entities making deposits and all related bank accounts, properties,
investments, and any other assets that may be identified from the documentation.
Maintain detailed case documentation and database files of financial investigative research to trace
proceeds of criminal activities and investigative interests in targeted property.
Research and analyze information derived from various investigative and business-related automated
systems including, but not limited to, Choice Point, Autotrack, TECS, FINCEN, CLEAR, THREADS,
Accurint, ISYS, Lexis-Nexis, PACER, CourtLink, West Law, NADA, Used Price.com, and other
Internet capabilities (e.g., law enforcement databases to provide forfeiture specific case support to the
Government in civil and criminal forfeiture matters). Examples of research and analysis activities
include: analyzing and documenting the ownership interests of targeted properties; analyzing financial
records to trace the proceeds of criminal violations to their current form; creating a database from
financial records to document the source of targeted property; preparing seizure warrants, civil
complaints, and forfeiture counts; preparing exhibits on the source and ownership of targeted property;
documenting and cataloguing evidence on the source and ownership of targeted property; and
identifying, analyzing, and documenting potential substitute assets.
Research and identify assets utilizing various Social Media and Cyber research tools.
Provide additional services, including the parsing of dialed number strings, to identify amounts and
property that may be subject to forfeiture in a particular investigation and to perfect the Government’s
interest in forfeitable property.
Organize and conduct detailed examinations of information generated during complex criminal/civil
investigations as well as alternative sources for the purpose of conducting financial analyses of
personal/business assets of targeted organizations/individuals.
Assist with the development of sufficient probable cause to enable the Government to pursue
seizure warrants, temporary restraining orders, civil complaints, and forfeiture counts against
targeted property and parties.
Provide investigative support to the Government with coordinated planning to mitigate excessive risks in
seizing targeted property. This includes assessing impacts on the local community. An example would be
the seizure of an occupied apartment complex.
Prepare documents and catalog case exhibits on the source and ownership of targeted properties.
Perform analytical research to identify and record potential substitute assets.
Identify witnesses and subjects and assist the case agent/attorney during interviews and courtroom
proceedings regarding the ownership and source of targeted property of ongoing case investigations.
Provide courtroom testimony and depositions regarding their investigative analysis and identification
of assets derived from specific unlawful activities.
Conduct detailed link analyses, specific to Forfeiture, utilizing the results of financial analysis and other
investigative techniques, such as Title III’s surveillance to determine relationships between the subjects of
the investigation and the events that lead to the alleged forfeitability of property and proceeds.
Research and identify assets utilizing data amplification programs/systems and through various forms
of crypto-currencies (e.g., Bitcoin).
- Apply here: https://prmusa.net/careers