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Elder Abuse Hotline is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation is pleased to host a briefing and leadership forum on Combating Elder Financial Abuse. Together with the Executive Office of Elder Affairs, the Middlesex County District Attorney’s Office and the Division of Banks, this collaborative multi-agency effort will bring greater awareness and initiative around this issue.
Why you should attend.
Awareness is key to detecting and preventing elder financial abuse.This event will highlight the need for education among the financial services sector, law enforcement and elder advocate groups and discuss best practices and efforts being taken to help combat elder financial abuse.Speakers include:John Chapman, Undersecretary, Office of Consumer Affairs and Business RegulationAlice Bonner, Secretary, Executive Office of Elder AffairsMarian Ryan, District Attorney, Middlesex CountyTerence McGinnis, Commissioner, Division of Banks
A panel discussion, moderated by Undersecretary John Chapman, will follow.
Light refreshments will be served. This forum is open to the media.
A photo ID is needed by all to enter the building. All guests must walk through metal detectors upon arrival.
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