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Communities Against Senior Exploitation

The CASE Partnership - Communities Against Senior Exploitation - is a unique and successful elder fraud prevention program, for both urban and rural communities, in which The DeSoto County Sheriff's Office partners with faith communities. CASE provides a faith-based program for elder fraud prevention, crime detection and reporting, and victim support. Program components include:

  • An ongoing partnership between law enforcement agencies and faith-based communities
  • Faith-based Power Against Fraud prevention seminars led by law enforcement staff
  • Fraud Alerts available for distribution
  • Fraud prevention assistance and victim support

By involving the faith community, CASE builds an alliance that reaches a large and broad audience of older adults, their families and caregivers, as well as clergy and other community leaders. The CASE Program is a successful community partnership that uses the trust and compassion associated with faith communities to effectively educate and empower, protect and assist older adults.

The DeSoto County Sheriff's Office is proud to be able to bring this program to our community. If you would like to schedule a seminar for your group, please contact LT. Curt Mays at (863)993-4700 ext 242 or you may email him at mailto:cmays@desotosheriff.org

 
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William P. Wise Sheriff

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