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Orem police plan ID theft prevention conference

Orem police plan ID theft prevention conference

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OREM -- Orem police are looking to prevent stop identity theft before it happens.

The police department, in conjunction with Utah Valley University, is hosting an ID theft prevention conference Thursday night at UVU's Library Amphitheater.

During the seminar, police will cover topics such as:

  • What is ID theft?
  • How does ID theft occur?
  • Ways to help prevent ID theft
  • How to tell if you're a victim of ID theft
  • What to do if you become a victim of ID theft

The conference is free to the public and begins at 6:30 p.m. The theater only sits 150 people so seating is limited.

For more information, contact Orem police Sgt. Craig Martinez at 801-229-7080.

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