Lawmaker: We are focused on protecting Michigan families
State Rep. Peter J. Lucido will host a series of town hall meetings on identity theft and the Internet in November.
The presentations geared for families and seniors, will feature special guests including law enforcement and government officials specially trained on this very important issue.
“Despite advancing technology, and sometimes because of it, identity theft is an ongoing threat that is here to stay,” said Rep. Lucido, R-Shelby Township. “Law enforcement, government, and consumers must all remain vigilant against predators that seek to use our personal information for their own gain. Until we can eliminate the risk of identity theft, we must do everything we can to mitigate the threat.”
The town halls will take place at the following times and locations:
Tuesday, Nov. 17
Washington Township Hall
57900 Van Dyke in Washington
Wednesday, Nov. 18
Shelby Township Hall
52700 Van Dyke in Shelby Township
“This is an event you do not want to miss,” said Rep. Lucido. “This is a very important issue that affects everyone and we want to make sure that your hard-earned money and property is kept out of hands of criminals. There are many ways that your information can be compromised, but there are also many ways that you can help protect it and we will have experts on hand to help you do just that.”
If you have any questions, please contact Rep. Lucido by phone at 517-373-0843, or by email at PeterLucido@house.mi.gov.