Media Advisory - Police Chiefs to Launch Crime Prevention Campaign Against
Personal Identity Theft

TORONTO, Feb. 19 /CNW/ - The Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police's (OACP) will kick off its 2010 Crime Prevention Campaign, which will focus on the growing crime of personal identity theft. This province-wide educational campaign aims to raise public awareness about ways Ontarians can prevent the stealing of PIN numbers, vehicle VIN numbers, and other personal information that can cost citizens financially and emotionally.

    
    Date:     Monday, February 22, 2010

    Time:     11:00 am

    Location: Toronto Police Service Headquarters Lobby
              40 College Street
              Toronto, ON

    Who:      Chief Daniel Parkinson
              Cornwall Community Police Service President,
              Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police

              Deputy Chief Kim Derry, Toronto Police Service Chair,
              OACP Crime Prevention Committee
    

Members of the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police serve their communities as the senior police leaders in municipal, regional, provincial, national, and First Nations police services across Ontario

SOURCE Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police

For further information: For further information: Joe Couto, OACP Director of Government Relations and Communications, T. (416) 926-0424 ext. 22, C. (416) 575-1731, E. jcouto@oacp.ca

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