Date(s) - 11/29/2012
10:00 am - 11:00 am
La Loma Village, Sonoran Dining Room
Debra Boehlke, education specialist and community outreach project manager, Arizona Attorney General’s Office, addresses consumer scams targeting seniors. She talks about identifying red flags, prevention, protecting yourself and what to do if you are a victim.
Debra Boehlke, education specialist and community outreach project manager, Arizona Attorney General’s Office
Debra moved from Chicago, Ill. to Arizona 11 years ago. She has a background as a Worldwide Fraud Analyst, and previously worked on the Governor’s staff. She has worked in the Crime Fraud and Victim Resource Center for more than five years and serves on the Attorney General’s TASKFORCE AGAINST SENIOR ABUSE (TASA). Debra is on the board of the Arizona Crime Prevention Association, a member of the National Crime Prevention Association, works with the Governor’s Council on Aging, the Governor’s Alzheimer’s Task Force, and is co-chair of the Maricopa Elder Abuse Prevention Alliance Financial Exploitation Committee. She also serves on the board of the YWCA- Maricopa.