Eternal Hope Healthcare presents Stranger Danger and CSI Free Seminar

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Eternal Hope Healthcare presents Stranger Danger and CSI Free Seminar

 

By Landra Larson
Eternal Hope Healthcare and the Spalding County Sheriff’s Office are hosting a Stranger Danger and Crime Scene Investigation seminar from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. on Wednesday, March 20 at the Spalding County Senior Center,                  885 Memorial Drive, in Griffin. The presentation on Stranger Danger led by Chief Deputy Tony Thomason, Spalding County Sheriff's Office, will cover the common methods people use to assume your identity and also provide working solutions for situational awareness including home safety.

Tony Thomason  Chief Deputy Tony Thomason will be leading the Stranger Danger and CSI seminar sponsored by Eternal Hope Healthcare on Wednesday, March 20 at the Spalding County Senior Center.

 “Our senior citizens are valuable to our community. Often con-artists seek them out to victimize themwith identity fraud,” said Spalding County Sheriff Darrell Dix. “They can be successful at this because they prey on our seniors’ compassion for others by posing as persons of authority or persons in distress. Join us as we discuss strategies to defeat fraud attempts."
The Crime Scene Investigations presentation will cover some of the Sheriff office’s highly technical capabilities. "Our presentation about crime scene processing will showcase our technical capabilities and will also debunk common myths we all see on television," said Chief Deputy Thomason. The seminar is free but you must register to attend. Registration is limited to people aged 50 plus or caregivers. Register by contacting SusanWilson-Tucker, Director of Community Education for Eternal Hope Healthcare, at   770-846-2295 or email susan@eternalhopehealthcare.com.
“At EHHCwe can think of no better way to support our community than to partner with our Sheriff’s Office to bring safety education information to our citizens,” said EHHC Founder and CEO Eddie Grogan.


The event is a part of Eternal Hope Healthcare’s 2019 Campaign: Empowering
Spalding - a series of free events focused on health and safety. For more information,
visit Eternal Hope Healthcare at www.facebook.com/EternalHopeHospice