Geriatric Lecture Series

Sanford Center for Aging

Thank you to all who joined us on February 22!

This FREE program was open to all members of the public. Participants learned to:

  • Describe how scammers carry out romance crimes.
  • Discuss why scammers commit romance scams.
  • Identify the signs of an attempt to commit romance fraud.
  • List how law enforcement deals with romance fraud perpetrators.
  • Discuss warning signs that a client may be experiencing romance fraud and provide resources.

Session speakers: Kate Kleinert, romance scam victim and fraud prevention advocate, Jackie Blaesi-Freed, assistant director, Department of Justice's Consumer Protection Branch, Jessica Kroughdirector, AARP Fraud Watch Network Helpline

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CEU Credit: This program has been submitted to the Nevada State Boards of Examiners for Social Workers and Long-term Care Administrators for 3.0 ethics continuing education units (CEUs). The UNR Med's Sanford Center for Aging approves this program for 3.0 hours of Marriage and Family Therapists and Nursing CEUs. International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators (IAFCI) members will receive a 3.0 continuing professional education (CPE) certificate at no cost, but non-IAFCI members will be charged a $15 CPE certificate fee.

Presented in partnership with University of Nevada, Reno Frontier Area Health Education Center.

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