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Financial Crimes Against Seniors (FCAS)
02/04/14 - 02/06/14

Sponsoring Organization(s): National White Collar Crime Center (More Detail)
City: Columbus 
State/Territory: Ohio 
Country: USA 
Event Site: James G. Jackson Training Academy 
Topic: Crime
Law Enforcement
The FCAS training adds to students' investigative skills and interviewing techniques to prepare them to more successfully pursue cases of financial exploitation of seniors. NW3C curriculum developers worked with experts in elder abuse and financial exploitation from many areas of the country to construct this three-day class.

FCAS Topics:
What is Elder Abuse?
Who are the victims and why are they targeted?
What are the crimes and who commits them?
Resources and community awareness.

Adult protective service investigators are also encouraged to attend this training, since the multi-agency approach to these crimes has a proven record of success. 
Event URL:  
Name: Robert Matheny 
Title: Supervisor, Curriculum Development and Training 
Affiliation: National White Collar Crime Center 
Phone: 614-890-8699 
Fax: 304-368-2352 

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