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Free Identity Theft Summit for Florida police departments

LifeLock : 16 November, 2009  (Company News)
The FBI and LifeLock are offering a free seminar to law enforcement personnel in the Florida region to become better acquainted with identity crimes and their future outlook
In partnership with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Orlando Regional Office, LifeLock, and the FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Association (FBI-LEEDA) will be offering a free, one-day Identity Theft Summit bringing together local, regional and state law enforcement officials to better understand the crime of identity theft and the direction it is headed.

Participants will be presented with real case information and insight as to how law enforcement can best work to combat the crime. Instruction will also be provided into the various generations of identity theft, as well as information on new scams and the effective investigative strategies.

The summit is free and open to chiefs, sheriffs, investigative supervisors, fraud unit investigators, patrol officers and community policing personnel. Officials of all experience levels in investigating identity theft crimes are encouraged to attend.

It will be held on Wednesday, November 18th at 8am at the FDLE Orlando Regional Office, 500 West Robinson Street, Orlando, FL 32801.

As reports of identity theft continue to rise across the country, law enforcement officials are being pressured by residents throughout their communities to find a way to curb the crime. According to Javelin Strategy & Research, an estimated 9.9 million Americans were victims of identity theft last year, with reported incidents hitting a 5-year high.

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