John K. Webb is the Deputy Criminal Chief for White Collar and Economic Crimes with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Tennessee, where he also serves as Identity Theft Coordinator.
Prior to joining the Nashville USAO, Mr. Webb was an Assistant United States Attorney in Major Frauds Section of the United States Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California, Los Angeles, where he served as Identity Theft Coordinator and participated in the Los Angeles Joint Terror Task Force, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Identity Theft Task Force, the Southern California Document Fraud Task Force, the Internet Fraud Task Force, and the High Intensity Financial Crimes Task Force.
In 2003, Mr. Webb received the Attorney General’s John Marshall Award for Outstanding Legal Achievement In Support of Litigation. Mr. Webb is a frequent lecturer on the topics of identity theft and social security number misuse, and regularly provides training on identity fraud for federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies. He frequently serves as an instructor at the National Advocacy Center and regularly contributes articles on identity fraud and other topics to the USA Bulletin. Mr. Webb is the author of Chapter Six of "Identity Theft and Social Security Fraud", a treatise published by the U.S. Department of Justice Executive Office of United States Attorneys.
Mr. Webb has also served as an AUSA in the Southern District of West Virginia, the District of Oregon and the District of Arizona.