Craig M. Morgan
Craig M. Morgan retired in 2013 from a distinguished and varied career in state and Federal law enforcement and investigations spanning more than 38 years, including over 21 years as a Senior Special Agent in Columbus, OH and Assistant Special Agent in Charge in the Chicago Regional Office with the Office of Inspector General for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Since beginning his career in 1974, Mr. Morgan also has served as a patrol officer/investigator with The Ohio State University Police Department, as a Chief Investigator for the Ohio Attorney General's Office, and as a Special Investigator for the Ohio Ethics Commission, where he was the lead investigator on a case resulting in the conviction of a former Attorney General, his wife, and several senior management officials of the Attorney General's Office, on ethics and public corruption charges. Mr. Morgan also has worked as a reserve police officer and deputy sheriff, as well as having been appointed a Special Deputy United States Marshal. He specializes in consultancy services to clients needing assistance with training, risk avoidance, investigative management expertise in white-collar crimes, health care fraud, financial fraud, employee misconduct/ethics violations, and public corruption.
Mr. Morgan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice from Ohio Dominican University, and successfully completed the Management Development Program sponsored by the Ohio State University, School of Public Administration.
In addition to serving currently as an Adjunct Faculty member at Central Ohio Technical College, where he is a part-time instructor in the law enforcement/criminal justice program, Mr. Morgan has been a lecturer, speaker, and presenter to many groups and organizations including the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), U.S. Department of Justice National Advocacy Center (NAC), National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association (NHCAA), Ohio Department of Insurance (ODI), Ohio Association of Certified Public Accountants (OACPA), and others. He is a member of numerous professional law enforcement associations and organizations.