Calling all older adults and people who care about them: please join us for the second in a three-part series on Elder Justice!
This series aims to show you what fraud against older adults looks like, why criminals are targeting older adults, and how we can work together to keep older adults safe. As May 15 is National Senior Fraud Awareness Day, our Elder Justice events in May will focus on financial frauds that impact older adults.
In this second session, you’ll hear from government experts about the most recent trends in scams targeting older adults. You’ll also learn more about the criminals who are using these frauds to steal money.
Wayne Jacobs, special agent in charge of the Criminal Division at the FBI’s Washington, DC field office will moderate the conversation. Other speakers include:
– Rachel Yurkovich, management and program analyst at the FBI’s Internet Crimes Complaint Center
– Emma Fletcher, senior data researcher at the Federal Trade Commission
– Matt Reynolds, supervisory special agent in the Economic Crimes Unit at FBIHQ and the FBI’s national program manager for Elder Justice
The webinar is open to everyone who’d like to attend. If you have questions, please email email@example.com.
The Elder Justice project is a joint initiative among the ABA Foundation, the FINRA Investor Education Foundation, AARP, the FBI’s Washington, DC field office and the National Capital Region chapter of InfraGard, or InfraGardNCR.
We hope to see you online!
Emma Fletcher, Senior data researcher, Federal Trade Commission
Emma Fletcher works as a senior data researcher in the Bureau of Consumer Protection, focusing on projects at the intersection of data analysis and consumer education. She authors the FTC’s Consumer Protection Data Spotlight publications.
Rachel Yurkovich, Management and program analyst, FBI
Rachel Yurkovich works at the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center, or IC3.
Matt Reynolds, Supervisory special agent, FBI
Matt Reynolds is a supervisory special agent in the Economic Crimes Unit at FBIHQ, where he serves as the FBI’s lead on Elder Justice matters.
Wayne Jacobs, Special agent in charge, FBI
Wayne Jacobs is the Special Agent in Charge of the Criminal Division at the FBI’s Washington, DC field office.
Who can attend:
Open to anyone.