Some area seniors went back to college today to learn how to avoid being victims of crime.
A Senior Crime College was held this morning at the FOP Lodge in Bowling Green, Ky. Law enforcement officers and members of the Attorney General’s office were on hand to give seniors the latest information on scams, new laws in Kentucky and how to protect themselves against crime.
Chairman of the Bowling Green/Warren County Triad, Alan Stonex said, “Seniors have been targeted, they are friendly, won’t say no, [and con-artists] prey upon them.”
The crime college was sponsored by Bowling Green/Warren County Triad, a partnership between the Bowling Green Police Department, Warren County Sheriff’s Office and older and retired citizens in the community.
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