Massachusetts Elder Identity Theft Coalition

Learn more about the work of the Massachusetts Elder Identity Theft Coalition, led by the Massachusetts Attorney General's Office.

The Massachusetts Elder Identity Theft Coalition is a coalition of elder service providers, legal aid organizations, law enforcement, state agencies, and volunteer organizations throughout the Commonwealth, created to better address the needs of elder victims of identity theft and cybercrime. The coalition meets monthly to collaborate on elder identity theft prevention and victim services, identify trends and patterns and inform potential enforcement and policy initiatives. The coalition is focused on serving elder victims of identity theft, and significantly increasing the number of people in Massachusetts who are trained to assist elders in addressing identity theft.

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