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From hardware wallets to scraps of paper — frontline law enforcement officers are finding crypto identifiers at all types of crime scenes these days – if they know what to look for.
In this webinar, TRM's team of former law enforcement agents explore:

➞ Why law enforcement needs to be able to spot crypto identifiers on scene
➞ What should law enforcement be looking for on scene?
➞ The basics of blockchain tracing
➞ What tools are at your disposal to "follow the money"?

In the run up to this session, you can find more resources for frontline investigators at the bottom of this page:
Blockchain Intelligence Analyst, Global Investigations
Lisa Wolk is a Blockchain Intelligence Analyst on the  Global Investigations team at TRM Labs, where she investigates complex cryptocurrency cases of all kinds. Prior to joining TRM Labs, Lisa was an Intelligence Analyst for the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Sacramento, CA Field Office primarily supporting the Northern California Illicit Digital Economy Task Force. In addition, she was a member of the FBI's Virtual Currency Response Team , fielding cryptocurrency investigation requests for Field Offices across the FBI.  Before  the FBI, Lisa worked at the Network Integration Center for the United States Air Force, helping to develop the Air Force's cyber strategic plan. Lisa holds a Master of Arts in English from St. Louis University.
Director of UK Public Sector Relations
Prior to joining TRM, Mr. Ariss was National Coordinator for Cryptocurrencies and Virtual Assets for the NPCC Cybercrime Programme, where he focused on ensuring that the UK public had confidence in law enforcement’s ability to bring offenders to justice and deny criminals the benefits of crime.

During his time with the NPCC, Mr. Ariss led a training programme for nearly 1,000 officers and staff, who now act as tactical advisors in cases involving cryptocurrencies. Mr. Ariss was also responsible for the standardization of the UK’s approach to seizure, restraint and confiscation of cryptocurrencies.
Director, Law Enforcement Relations, TRM Labs
In his former role, Mr. Armstrong was the Unit Chief of the FBI's Counterterrorism Finance Targeting Unit (CTFTU) where he led teams that leveraged financial intelligence to initiate and enhance illicit finance investigations.
In addition, Mr. Armstrong was the program manager of the Virtual Currency Evolving Threat team, where he led some of the largest cryptocurrency-related investigations including the dismantling of three terrorist financing cyber-enabled campaigns, involving Hamas, ISIS, and al-Qaeda. He received the FinCEN Director’s Award in 2022 for that work.