Senior Crime Reduction Awareness Measures (SCRAM) is designed to raise awareness and educate senior citizens in crimes that can affect them. The SCRAM program is a comprehensive program which includes education, community outreach, high profile awareness materials, passive reminders and active participation of business, residents and law enforcement to reduce crimes directed at seniors.
The SCRAM program over covers multiple lesson plans on crimes that effect Seniors covering topics including identity theft, internet safety, ruse entry burglary, burglary, personal safety, driving safety, confidence scams, mail fraud scams and other topics as identified that impact seniors.
Dating scams are as old as the hills, and Internet dating has created another way for them to proliferate. A boyfriend or girlfriend who claims to be wealthy but doesn’t have cash at the moment will ask for money for a "sure thing" investment. People who engage in online romantic relationships with people they have not met in person are in a prime position to be cheated.
Wednesday, Mar 15 • 11:00am • NO COST
Home Repair Scams
Driveway scams, tuck pointing, are just a few of the scams they say they can help you with. When you give them some money that’s the last time you will see them. Get the top ten list of tips to prevent this from happening. Monday, Apr 17 • 11:00am • NO COST