Founder of KMI, Joe Koenig CFE
After 26 years of service, Joe retired as an Inspector from the Michigan State Police. During his law enforcement career he was lead investigator on the James R. Hoffa case, and was directly involved in investigations of homicides, organized crime, financial crimes, narcotics, computer fraud, and public corruption. KMI focuses on financial investigations: FINRA; discovering hidden assets; and working closely with attorneys to find those facts that greatly improve their cases. He also conducts work in Forensic Linguistics (Definition of "Forensic Linguistics"), helping defense attorneys and law enforcement prepare for legal actions.
He is a past President of the Michigan FBI National Academy Associates, past treasurer of the National Alliance of State Drug Enforcement Agencies, and founding Vice President of the Lansing Chapter of the ACFE (Association of Certified Fraud Examiners). He worked as an AVP in Internal Audit for a large national bank, retired as a manager of investigations for another Fortune 500 corporation, and worked as a forensic accountant for a global consulting firm.
Joe Koenig owns and operates KMI Investigations, LLC (www.Kmiinvestigations.com), a bonded and licensed professional investigative agency. Joe is a CFE, a Forensic Linguist, FCLS (Fraud Claims Law Specialist), and FCLA (Fraud Claims Law Associate). He holds a BS in Accounting from Wayne State University, and a Masters in Public Administration from Eastern Michigan University where he was a member of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society.
Further, he is a much sought-after speaker on his award-winning book, "Getting the Truth." Recently, his book won the 2016 Montaigne Medal Finalist Award and the 2016 Indie General Non-Fiction Finalist Award. Getting the Truth "reflects my passion for knowing and teaching people what goes on around us." Follow him at Facebook: Author Joe Koenig You can purchase "Getting the Truth" by clicking on the "Bookstore" tab above.