Protect Your Clients and Yourself from Thieves, Scammers, and Cyber Criminals
THIS FREE WEBINAR BEGINS
Thursday, February 23, 2023
12 – 1 PM MDT (2 – 3 PM ET)
About this Webinar
Predators 2023! What you need to know to outsmart today’s identity theft, fraud and cyber crime predators. What new tools are they using to steal money and personal information? How can you protect yourself and your clients from their predatory tactics? This webinar will give you an update on how ID thieves, scammers and cyber criminals operate, and will provide you with tips to protect yourself and your senior clients from their actions. We will also discuss some red flags for who is high risk for being a victim of one of these crimes.
About the Presenter
Hazel’s graduate degree is in Jungian Psychology. After working in hospice a number of years, Hazel discovered victim assistance. She has been a victim advocate since the late 1980’s, when the victim assistance movement was just beginning, and is honored to have been able to participate in making the movement into a respected profession.
As a victim advocate, Hazel became known as a respected expert in the areas of crimes against the elderly, caregiver abuse, elder abuse, crimes against people with disabilities, and working with the family members and loved ones of homicide victims. She has been a pioneer in the field; facilitating the first Law Enforcement Protocol for response to caregiver abuse, starting Colorado’s first Kinship Care Support Program, brining Safety School to Colorado grade schools, and establishing cross training programs for Law Enforcement and Human Services responding to Elder Abuse.
Hazel is the Victim Assistance Coordinator at the Colorado Bureau of Investigation where she provides direct services and support to crime victims and coordinates community education and professional training across the state and on a national basis. Hazel established the first 24 Hour ID Theft and Fraud Hotline in the nation and was in the forefront in bringing the issues of Medical ID Theft, Child ID Theft, Family Violence and ID Theft, and Disaster Response Related ID Theft and Fraud to light. She is considered a national expert in ID Theft and Fraud.
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