Launch of San Francisco identity theft council

You’re cordially invited to attend a meeting in San Francisco on June 3rd to discuss creating an Identity Theft Council in San Francisco. The Identity Theft Council is a national initiative pioneered in the bay area in partnership with credit unions, banks, and law enforcement to provide better support for victims of identity theft in the communities they live in, help law enforcement deal with the impact of the crime, and build awareness and education programs at a local level.

Alameda County has just launched its own county-wide council backed by the Alameda County District Attorney’s office, all county law enforcement agencies, and local credit unions.

We’re now exploring the idea of San Francisco becoming the first major city to launch its own council, and that’s what the meeting will be to discuss.

The meeting will be at the head office of Patelco Credit Union on 2nd Street in San Francisco (details below).

In attendance will be credit unions, banks, and law enforcement agencies from San Francisco and around the bay area. Also attending will be representatives of Mayor Newsom’s office, San Francisco District Attorney Kamala Harris’ office, a number of San Francisco Supervisors, and victims of identity theft.

Date, time and location:
Thursday, June 3rd , 2010
11:30am – 1:00 pm
Patelco Credit Union – Mezzanine Level
144 Second Street (between Mission & Howard Streets)
San Francisco

Lunch will be provided.

If you’d like to learn more or would like to attend, please visit our web site at Or contact Neal O’Farrell, Executive Director, at 925-914-0248 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 925-914-0248 end_of_the_skype_highlighting, email:

This entry was posted in Announcements, Helpful Resources, Identity Theft and tagged . Bookmark the permalink.

Leave a Reply