The Attorney General's Office is holding a free training on June 3rd in Panama City.
Identity Theft – A Growing Problem
June 3, 2009
Tuition - Free
Course No. 520-09-15
Course Time: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Description: In 2007, Florida was ranked fifth in the nation for the
number of identity theft complaints reported to the Federal Trade
Commission. Identity theft is not just a
financial or civil matter; it involves a victim who did not authorize
someone to use their identity. Identity theft has the potential of
destroying not only a person’s good name, but their life. This course
will enhance the victim advocate’s ability to assist the non-violent crime victim population and gain the knowledge and resources to guide
victims through the restoration process. In addition, advocates will
learn the possible correlation between identity theft and other
victimization such as stalking,
harassment, domestic violence, child and elder abuse.
Instructor: Theresa Ronnebaum, Victim Services Program Specialist,
Bureau of Advocacy and Grants, Office of the Attorney General, Orlando,
Location: This course will be held at the State Attorney’s Office,
Fourteenth Judicial Circuit, Conference Room, 421 Magnolia Avenue,
Panama City, Florida 32401.
The attendance at this course is limited to 30.
Please review the “No Show Policy” before registering for a course. This policy will be enforced.
How to Register: See Registration Information. For additional information, contact FCPTI at (850) 414-3360.
Regional Victim Services Specialist
Bureau of Advocacy and Grants Management
Office of the Attorney General
Sun Trust Tower
220 W. Garden St., Suite 808
Pensacola, FL 32502