FAIRFIELD - On Thursday, January 29, 2015, California Statewide Law Enforcement Association (CSLEA) Board of Director and CFO Ricardo Sanchez was the main presenter at a Spanish-language community fraud prevention meeting hosted by Assemblymember Jim Frazier & Supervisor John Vasquez. In addition to his duties as an emcee, Sanchez also spoke to community members about California Driver Licenses as they pertain to AB60 and to identity theft.
"I thoroughly enjoy participating in fraud prevention seminars, as there are so many consumers who are so busy in their day to day lives, they are not aware of the new schemes, scams and rip-offs that criminals engage in," said Sanchez. "I helped community members with information regarding their personal information and identity theft, some residents had questions about obtaining new driver licenses under AB60 and how to safeguard this new, important piece of I-D."
Also in attendance was CSLEA Unit A Vice President and Association of Motor Vehicle Investigators of California (AMVIC) President Kenny Ehrman. The meeting was held at the Solano County Events Center at 601 Texas Street in Fairfield. Other topics included immigration reform scams, Cover California, social security, real estate and lawyer fraud.
Also participating in the workshop were: The State Bar of California, Department of Insurance and the Department of Real Estate.