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Scams And Safety Discussed At Neighborhood Watch Meeting

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Ontario Police Department and Springfield Township Fire Department joined forces at the latest neighborhood watch meeting.

Topics of the meeting included:
Personal Awarness Safety
Current Crime Trends
Scams
Online Help Tools
Fire EMS Issues

School Resource Officer Adam M. Gongwer from Ontario Police Department presented his speach on personal safety, giving key tips on what to do in a given situation and how to spot a criminal.

Lieutenant Rob Griefenstine was also on hand to talk about certain scams that are affecting Ontario.

Trending Scams Include:
Credit Repair Scams
Fake Check Scams
Forclosure Scams
Phony Charities
Sweepstakes Fraud

   
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