Season’s greetings and I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas. Today, I would like to add one more gift to those you have already received. That is the gift of the C.A.S.E. — Communities Against Senior Exploitation — program. As I hope you already know, this is a true gift for all residents of and visitors to our county because, at absolutely no cost to you, information is available about how to identify frauds and scams, how to avoid becoming a victim and what should be done if you are a victim.
As part of my responsibility as volunteer manager of the program, I work closely with Sheriff Wise, Lt. Curt Mays and other Sheriff’s Office staff to provide to all of you this vital information in as many ways as I can. This means presentations to groups, appearances at community fairs, visiting our local radio station on a regular basis, issuing fraud and related information alerts, developing informational handouts and, of course, this monthly column. And all at no cost to taxpayers. And isn’t that the best kind of gift — a free one, and one that you can actually use?
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