As Founder & CEO of RITE Academy, Linda Webb has been dedicating her life to civil service, law enforcement, and fighting fraud for over 35+ years, has been a life-long passion for Linda Webb.
Her law enforcement career involved patrol, morals unit, selective enforcement unit (working with vice), police motorcyclist, dive rescue, detective, and master police academy instructor (teaching ethics and professionalism). Ms. Webb has taught over 20 diverse police courses, and designed multiple nationally recognized “train-the-trainer” police programs currently being used today.
She has also worked as a contractor for USPS investigating sexual harassment, discrimination, and hostile work environment situations. Ms. Webb has devoted her life to helping law enforcement agencies bettering their department, through enhanced sensitivity training programs, like the RITE Academy.
“Public Servants go through rough patches in their career. When you help the officer, in turn you help the agency and community.
She has investigated fraud globally, examining thousands of cases involving organized crime rings, insurance fraud, and potential terrorist threats that have been highlighted by many national investigative news media. In addition to being a highly sought-after fraud expert and speaker, Ms. Webb consults for crime drama shows.
As one of the foremost fraud-fighting leaders in the country, Ms. Webb was Assistant Vice President of AIG’s Global Fraud Unit, as well as a private contractor for the federal government, fighting Medicare fraud. She is the past President of a nationwide fraud investigative company employing over 120 personnel, which she helped to build from the ground floor. A pioneer of justice, her trademarked name “The Fraud Dog” is a diverse defender of the public and a leader of the people.
Ms. Webb currently heads up multiple companies dedicated to police training, fighting fraud, and identifying corporate corruption. She is a published author of the corporate motivational book called, The Athletic Mindset, 3 Tools for Success.
Since 2015, Ms. Webb is proud to have helped over 1200 public service agencies, trained over 975 RITE Trainers, and given out over 550,000 RITE tools to public servants.
In 2018, a Commander) in the RITE class took Webb aside to say that he was considering suicide as his only option to cope with what was happening to him personally and professionally. Ms. Webb was able to help this commander, as RITE has helped many struggling officers.
Mental Well-Being for each officer should be a priority in every department. Getting great officers through the academy is hard enough, but then to lose them several years later is devasting to a department. We can’t afford to lose any officers in the agency, so we have to focus more on officer well-being.