Elder Abuse Investigations
***Law Enforcement, Prosecutors, APS Investigators***
Oregon Peace Officers Association & Keizer Police Department
Date and Time:
$75 OPOA Members
$95 non-OPOA Members (membership included if qualified)
Keizer Police Department
930 Chemawa Rd. NE
Keizer, OR 97303
Megan Johnson, Attorney, Pickett Dummigan McCall, LLP
Special Agent Kelli Crosby, Elder Abuse Team, DOJ
Special Agent Ramon Rodriguez, Elder Abuse Team, DOJ
Special Agent Michael Korcek, Criminal Financial Investigator, DOJ
Elder Abuse Resource Prosecutor Victoria Roe, Elder Abuse Team, DOJ
The elderly population is set to almost double in the next 30 years. With this, comes the risk of increased victimization of the elderly. This training will discuss why elder abuse investigations are so important, what's civil and what's not, and things to consider when interviewing the elderly. Learn how to locate financial records and analyze them to support your investigation. Legal updates specific to elder abuse, the importance of initial documentation, hearsay information as well as case reviews will be discussed to support all information presented.
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