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Financial Crimes Against Seniors Seminar
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6.75 Standard CLE credits applied for. Improve your knowledge of: • Working with senior victims • Criminal vs. Civil response • Developing an Investigation Plan • Document Analysis • Using a Multi-Agency approach • Determining when your case is prosecution ready • Elder abuse awareness and prevention • Resources for investigation, prevention and community awareness.

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When: Wednesday, March 7, 2018
8:15 am - 5:00 pm
Where: Brooklyn Park Community Center
5600 85th Ave. N.
Brooklyn Park, Minnesota  55443
United States
Contact: Shelly Carlson
651-440-9307

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Free One-Day Training Seminar

NW3C (National White-Collar Crime Center) Financial Crimes Against Seniors Seminar Flyer

Audience: Law Enforcement, Prosecutors, Adult Protection Multi-Disciplinary Teams and Front Line Responders

US Department of Justice’s Elder Justice Initiative (EJI) in collaboration with National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) is offering a free one day seminar, Financial Crimes Against Seniors, to law enforcement officers and other front line responders in eight regions across the country to learn about investigation and prevention of financial exploitation involving senior adults. Improve your knowledge of:
Working with senior victims
Criminal vs. Civil response
Developing an Investigation Plan
Document Analysis
Using a Multi-Agency approach 
Determining when your case is prosecution ready
Elder abuse awareness and prevention
Resources for investigation, prevention and community awareness.   

Date: March 7, 2018 
Time: 8 AM -5 PM       Lunch on your own
Location: Brooklyn Park Community Center, 5600 85th Ave. N. Brooklyn Park, MN 55443
Cost: Free, Lunch on your own

Registration:    Registration Deadline February 28th                                               

Continuing Education: 
7.0 POST MN Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training, application pending
6.75 CLE MN Continuing Legal Education, application pending
7.0 CEU MN Board of Social Work, application pending 

National studies conclude that nearly 10 percent of older Americans have experienced some form of financial exploitation or fraud in the past year, with some experts asserting that financial exploitation is the most common form of elder abuse. Financial loss to older Americans is estimated in the billions of dollars, without accounting for costs to family members and society. Many older victims of fraud or financial exploitation also experience a diminished quality of life and increased mortality.

Hotel:
A block of rooms has been reserved until February 23, 2018, at: Embassy Suites, 6300 Earle Brown Drive, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430 Click on the link to reserve a room: http://embassysuites.hilton.com/en/es/groups/personalized/M/MSPBRES-NFC-20180306/index.jhtml

Sponsors: AARP, Minnesota Chiefs of Police Association, Minnesota County Attorneys Association, Minnesota Department of Human Services, Minnesota Elder Justice Center, Minnesota Sheriffs’ Association

Questions: shelly.carlson@elderjusticemn.org
For More Information About:
Department of Justice’s elder justice efforts   
National White Collar Crime Center  


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