CASC Red Flag: “Touch of Grey” Elder Financial Abuse Program
February 20, 2024 @ 12:00 am - February 22, 2024 @ 11:59 pm
CASC is pleased to announce a brand-new “Touch of Grey” program for 2024. This program, which is part of our annual program in partnership with the Virginia State Police and the Virginia insurance industry, will focus on elder financial and insurance fraud. It will feature speakers from multiple disciplines, including expert prosecutors, law enforcement officers, and investigators with Adult Protective Services and insurance special investigation units. This year’s program will feature instruction by Paul Greenwood, a nationally-recognized prosecutor and instructor who presented at our 2020 annual summer conference to rave reviews.
Thanks to a special grant from the Virginia State Police, CASC is delighted to invite not only prosecutors, Virginia State Police special investigators, and private insurance special investigators, but now also local law enforcement and investigators with Adult Protective Services.
Topics will include many aspects of elder fraud and financial abuse, such as fraud law, construction fraud, ethics, obtaining financial records and working with financial institutions, electronic investigations, and effective interviews and interrogations.
The 2024 program will take place February 20 through February 22, 2024, in Staunton, Virginia.
Thanks to a grant from the Virginia State Police and the support of the Commonwealth’s Attorney Training Fund, there is no cost to attend.
There are a limited number of hotel rooms available at the conference hotel. CASC will pay for hotel rooms for the nights of February 20 and February 21 at the conference hotel for attendees who are prosecutors, law enforcement, and APS employees who attend. However, there is a strict cancellation policy, and attendees who reserve a hotel room but do not attend will be responsible for paying for the cost of their room.
For more information, contact Elliott Casey at email@example.com.