Stetson Law expos offer seniors advice on avoiding abuse and exploitation.
Stetson’s Elder Consumer Protection Program presents a national symposium on combating crimes against seniors
Stetson University College of Law’s Elder Consumer Protection Program will present a national symposium for law enforcement, Adult Protective Service workers, assistant state attorneys and assistant attorney generals on combating crimes against the elderly, “Catching the Wolf at Grandma’s Door,” on the Gulfport campus Sept. 15-16
Stetson University College of Law’s Elder Consumer Protection Program will warn Jacksonville-area elderly citizens about the dangers of identity theft and home services fraud at several free consumer protection presentations in January.
Elder consumer fraud topic of law enforcement training co sponsored by Stetson Law 2004 01 16Frank KlimExecutive Director of Communications(727) 562 7889Gulfport, Fla. Consumer fraud and exploitation of senior citizens is a building concern. To help law enforcement and related
Attorney General Crist presents $300,000 to Stetson Law to fight elder consumer fraud2003 12 23Frank KlimExecutive Director of Communications(727) 562 7889Gulfport, Fla. Stetson University College of Law’s Elder Law Center received $300,000 from Attorney General Charlie Crist Friday, Dec. 19,