Archbold, Ohio – NSCC Chief of Police Mike Foreman will provide an important program for the NSCC Center for Lifelong Learning (CFLL) in October.
Mr. Foreman’s focus will be “Don’t Be Scammed by Technology.” According to Chief Foreman, “It seems that scams are everywhere, and they seem to be harder and harder to detect.”
“With technology today, how can one know what is real and what is a scam? We all have had those calls, letters, and emails, and may know of a family member or friend who may have been scammed.”
As Police Chief of Northwest State Community College Campus Police Department,
Mike has over thirty years of law enforcement experience and has investigated numerous fraudulent cases.
There are several things you can do to protect yourself from being the next target. Mike looks forward to seeing our lifelong learners in October.
Adults 50 and over are invited to attend a special program, presented by the NSCC Center for Lifelong Learning (CFLL) at the Archbold Campus on Friday, October 21 in Room A202 (‘A’ Building), from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
There is a $12 charge per person to attend. A hot breakfast will be served at 9:00 a.m., followed by the speaker from 10:15 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
TO SAVE YOUR SPOT, AND FOR MORE INFORMATION…
Reservations are now being accepted for this special CFLL program, by calling Deb Wikstrom at 419.944.6195, or by email at dwikstrom@NorthwestState.edu.
For more information on the CFLL, and other upcoming programs, please visit NorthwestState.edu/lifelong-learning.