If you’re interested in starting an Identity Theft Council in your community, we’d love to hear from you.
In most communities, the first and most important partner is the local police department that will refer identity theft victims to local counselors.
If you haven’t already done so, you should contact your local police department and invite them to join the national program. Or we can contact your local police department and begin the process.
Most local Identity Theft Councils are a partnership between the police or Sheriff’s department, local credit unions and community banks, the local Chamber of Commerce, and local businesses.
To learn more about starting or working with an Identity Theft Council in your community, please contact us.