Wednesday, February 15, 2017 - Senior$afe
Please join us for a presentation by Natriece Bryant, Consumer Education and Public Outreach Coordinator at the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA), Division of Banking and Financial Services.
Natriece joined the Division in September 2016 and brings legislative, executive communications, public relations and outreach experience to the department. Previous to her role at the Department, Natriece worked for the Department of Revenue as the Communications Specialist for the Division of Motor Vehicles in Driver’s License Administration on multiple community issues. Her main role was to inform the public and educate consumers about legislative changes, fraud activity and new implementation of administrative rules and regulations for the State. She specialized in community outreach and fraud prevention at the Department. She also was the Communications Specialist for the Marijuana Enforcement Division where she worked on varying issues surrounding public safety and consumer education. She worked with marijuana businesses on regulatory issues as well as how to successfully implement a business model in compliance with state law. She was the media relations partner and worked with law enforcement agencies to ensure all businesses were operating in full compliance and outside of the blackmarket, preventing marijuana from entering the hands of children in Colorado. Prior to joining the State she served as a Victim Specialist and Program Administrator for elder and domestic violence victims for the Denver City Attorney’s Office. She started the Elder Cohort in Denver which was made up of local District Attorney’s, local law enforcement agencies, non-profit organizations, victim service units and the general public. Through her roles she has gained substantial experience in dealing with diverse populations, specifically seniors and children in Colorado.
You will learn about:
Senior$afe is aimed at pre-retirement and retirement age population in Colorado.
• Focuses on vulnerability factors for fraud and exploitation.
• Discuss red flags of exploitation and abuse that seniors can look for in themselves and others.
• Provide methods for refusing requests for money from acquaintances as well as how to recognize and refuse pitches and potential scams on the phone, internet, and through the mail.
• Provide resources for assistance and to report suspected crimes.
Individual plated entrees will be served.
To help ensure you receive your meal with everyone else, please order when you RSVP for the meeting.
• Sandwich and side (available sides: side salad, cole slaw, potato salad, chips, or french fries)
o Chicken BLT Wrap
o N.Y. Reuben (corned beef or pastrami with sauerkraut)
o Philadelphia Special (roast beef on a French roll)
o Little Italy (salami, ham, and pepperoni on a French roll)
• 1/2 Sandwich Combo (roast beef, turkey, or ham with a soup or salad on the side)
• Fiesta Salad
• Soup and House Salad
If you have special dietary restrictions, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org
Check-in will begin at 11:15 a.m. and lunch will be served at 11:30 am. The presentation begins at noon. The estimated meeting time is approximately one and a half hours.
The cost is $25 for chapter members, $30 nonmembers, $15 for nonmember students with a valid student ID and $10 for member students with a valid student ID. Only cash or checks will be accepted at the door.
RSVP by February 12, 2017 using this link. Requests for refunds must also be received in writing before February 12, 2017 as they will not be granted after this date.
Delivery Method: Group Live
CFE Recommended Field of Study: Consumer Fraud
NASBA Recommended Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge & Applications
Knowledge Level: Overview Advanced
Who Should Attend: Investigators, Fraud Examiners, ForensicAccountants, Auditors, Loss Prevention Professionals, Risk Managers
Recommended CPE: 1
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