Jacqueline Blaesi-Freed

Jacqueline Blaesi-Freed

  • Assistant Director, Department of Justice, Consumer Protection Branch

Jackie Blaesi-Freed is an Assistant Director with the Department of Justice's Consumer Protection Branch. In her time with the Department, she has handled a variety of civil and criminal consumer protection matters, including matters involving scams targeting at the elderly, unsafe food and drugs, abusive telemarketing practices, and odometer tampering. Jackie assists the Department’s outreach and coordination efforts for its Elder Justice Initiative, Transnational Elder Fraud Strike Force, and Money Mule Initiative. A Kansas native, Jackie’s interest in consumer protection predates her interest in the law and arose when she was a housing and credit counselor for a nonprofit organization.

All Sessions by Jacqueline Blaesi-Freed

Double Agents – Thinking Like a Financial Criminal 08/06/2021
We’re Being Followed – Innovating in Investigations 08/05/2021
10:30 AM - 11:45 AM ET

Stubborn as a (Money) Mule – New Approaches to Find Mule Accounts

Innovation Around the Globe 08/04/2021
The Agent’s Gadgets – Tech for FinCrime Innovation 08/03/2021
Innovation After Crisis – FinCrime in a Changed World 08/02/2021