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March 2021 | Volume 14 | Issue 3

The U.S. Department Justice’s (DOJ) Elder Justice Initiative, Transnational Elder Fraud Strike Force, and Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS Office) invite you to join a webinar on

Tackling Transnational Robocall Scams: The Importance of State and Federal Partnerships, to be held on April 13, 2021, at 2:00 p.m. ET.

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The webinar will discuss what the scams are and how they work. It will delve into local and state law enforcement’s vital role in the fight against these scams. It will also describe investigative techniques that state and local law enforcement can use in the fight against transnational scammers. Finally, it will touch upon public education tools that can help community members protect themselves from scammers.

Presenters include Jolee Porter, Assistant U.S. Attorney, Northern District of Georgia, currently detailed to the Transnational Elder Fraud Strike Force at the U.S. DOJ Consumer Protection Branch; Jon Heslep, Senior Special Agent, Office of Inspector General, Social Security Administration; and Margaret Moore, Detective, Aiken (South Carolina) Department of Public Safety.

To join, please register for Tackling Transnational Robocall Scams.

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