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Safety Strategies for Seniors: Cyber Safety and Identify Theft
The CAFC is Canada's central repository for information about fraud. We help citizens and businesses:

· report fraud;
· learn about different types of fraud;
· recognize the warning signs of fraud;
· protect themselves from fraud.

The CAFC does not conduct investigations but provides valuable assistance to law enforcement agencies by identifying connections all over the world. Our goals include:

· disrupting crime;
· strengthening the partnership between the private and public sectors;
· maintaining Canada’s economy.

The CAFC is jointly managed by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the Competition Bureau, and the Ontario Provincial Police.

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We are honoured and excited to partner with Hydro One to present a series of digital events dedicated to a variety of ways to improve your safety. On the 3rd Monday of every month from June through November, we will bring you safety strategies for you to learn and act upon. Our events will be fun, engaging and a great way to connect with others, all by using the Internet from home to join our program. Here is the list of safety topics and dates.

Each of the sessions will be taped and stored on our site for you to share with family and friends. Join us to learn how to make your world safer and more enjoyable.

Oct 18, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Tom Cheel
Senior Volunteer @Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre
Tom took early retirement in 2000 after 28 years with the Toronto Police Service. He was a Detective that at the time attached to one of the busiest Police Division in Canada. Tom was involved in the area of financial crime for 13 years. After retirement Tom became a financial crime investigator with the Bank of Nova Scotia and in 2004 he was hired by ICICI Bank Canada as their Manager of Corporate Security. At ICICI Bank Canada, he was involved in the creation of their Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorist Financing Policy and the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act Procedure. Additionally, he recognized that fraud prevention and deterrence was a major component of the security team to mitigate losses, and he was instrumental in the creation of the Bank’s anti-fraud policy and procedures. In 2017 he retired for a second time and joined the CAFC in their volunteer senior support unit.