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Office of the Indiana Attorney General

Identity Theft Prevention Webinar Identity Theft Prevention Webinar


Wanted: Identity Theft Prevention Experts. No experience necessary, will train.

The Attorney General’s Office is offering a FREE webinar training to to those with an interest in combatting the fastest growing crime in America – identity theft. This crime takes on many forms, affecting victims in more than just financial loss.  In some cases, victims have lost out on job opportunities or the approval of loans for cars, education or housing.  In rare cases, they may even be arrested for crimes they did not commit.  Victims of medical identity theft may have erroneous patient data – that of the identity thief – in their medical records.  Unfortunately the crime continues to be widespread because the thieves are becoming more savvy with the ways they collect our personal information.  This training will examine not only how anyone can become a victim of identity theft but also how anyone can help prevent it.

J. Michelle Sybesma, ID Theft Training Instructor, Office of the Indiana Attorney General

As a former identity theft victim, Ms. Sybesma knows firsthand what it takes to protect your personal information and how to successfully restore your identity if it is stolen.  Her testimony, combined with her work on the Attorney General’s educational program, have been invaluable to victims and policymakers alike.  To view Michelle’s full bio, please click here

Participation Pledge

We are pleased that you’ll be joining us in the fight against identity theft to help protect the citizens of our state.  We ask that you pledge to help educate others by sharing the information you learn in this training program.  This can be accomplished by conducting educational workshops, posting the information on your organization’s website, publishing the information in newsletters or other mailings within your organization/affiliations, or by sharing helpful prevention tips via email or social networking sites. 

Free Registration

Register for one of our upcoming one-hour online training courses for free to join us in the fight against ID Theft.

 

For live presentation request or additional program information, please contact Natalie Robinson at 317-233-6143 or via email at Natalie.Robinson@ATG.IN.GOV