Ohio Holds Identity Theft Seminar

By Scott Sarvay

April 25, 2011 Updated Apr 25, 2011 at 11:37 AM EST

OHIO (Indiana’s NewsCenter) – 14 Ohio law enforcement agencies are focusing on the growing problem of identity theft in today’s society.

There were more than 11-million cases of identity theft reported last year and in terms of age, 20-year-olds were the most common victims.

This is the second year the seminar has been held.

The goal is to help officers work together and with insurance companies to better fight identity theft.

Ohio Attorney General Mike Dewine will speak to officers Monday afternoon and a public information session will take place later in the day.




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