New Keynote Speaker Announcement

Fraud: Recognize, Reject, Report


Sgt. Guy Paul Larocque, CPA, CGA, Mass Marketing Fraud and Major Fraud Coordinator, RCMP
10:00 a.m. – Lecture Hall 110

Join us at the Ottawa Conference and Event Centre – Lecture Hall 110 starting at 10:00 a.m. for a special keynote session named “Fraud: Recognize, Reject, Report.” Every year, Canadians lose millions of dollars to fraud. It is not always easy to recognize a scam since scammers are constantly adapting their methods to separate you from your hard earned money. This exclusive session is a must-attend event for anyone that wants to learn how to recognize, reject and report acts of fraud.

The session will take place in advance of the opening of the Security Canada Ottawa Trade Show at the same site. The Keynote Session is included with registration to Security Canada Ottawa.

Sergeant Guy Paul Larocque of the CAFC will discuss the current fraud schemes and how to Recognize, Reject and Report fraud. The CAFC has seen the devastating effects scams can have on people and their families. Jointly operated by the RCMP, OPP and the Competition Bureau of Canada, it is the central agency in Canada that collects information and criminal intelligence on fraud.


About The Speaker

Sergeant Larocque has been a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) since 2002. He is the acting officer in charge of the Canadian Antifraud Centre and the Mass Marketing and Major Fraud Coordinator for the RCMP where he represents Canadian law enforcement by providing lectures and participating in working groups to develop policy to combat mass marketing fraud in Canada.

He has had a diverse policing career, while working in both in financial crime and general duty policing. While posted with the Financial Crime Section in New Brunswick, he led the first case of mortgage fraud in New Brunswick. Prior joining the RCMP, Sergeant Larocque worked for 4 years as an auditor for the Credit Unions in New Brunswick. He holds a Bachelor degree in Business Administration from the University of Moncton and is a member of the Chartered Professional Accountant Association of Canada.