The Crime of the 21st Century

Friday, August 3, 2018, The Inn at Wise, Wise, VA
Sponsored, in part, by The Virginia Law Foundation and the Virginia Coalition for the Prevention of Elder Abuse.
Additional support provided by Wise County Senior Abuse Task Force, The Honorable Elizabeth S. Wills and Wise County J&DR Court, The Honorable Martha P. Ketron and Tazewell County J&DR Court, and Anthem Healthkeeper's Plus.
Presented by Southwest Virginia Legal Aid, in collaboration with Wise County Commonwealth's Attorney, Mountain Empire Older Citizens (MEOC), Appalachian Agency for Senior Citizens (AASC), Wise County DSS, and Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services (DARS).
This training has been approved for attorneys (5 CLE credit hours), for magistrates & clerks (7 CLE credits), and for law enforcement professionals (6 PIC-3 credit hours).
Conference Program Brochure
(Parking, Agenda, Session Descriptions, Speaker Bios, Registration Form on Page 8)
Course Materials
                The Brooke Astor Story: Hard-Learned Lessons That Inform Elder Justice
         Overcoming Barriers to Successful Investigation & Prosecution of Elder Abuse
                    Our Graying Society: Issues of Elder Abuse and Age Bias
                   Overcoming Barriers to Successful Investigation & Prosecution of Elder Abuse
                   Elder and Dependent Abuse Blueprint
          Dissecting the Elder Financial Abuse Case
                    Dissecting the Elder Abuse Financial Case
          Alzheimer's: The Identity Thief of the 21st Century
               Alzheimer's: The Identity Thief of the 21st Century
                   Confessions of a Caregiver
          Elder Abuse Legal Update
               Elder Abuse Legal Update 
                   ID Theft Passport Application

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