Make this page my home page
  1. Drag the home icon in this panel and drop it onto the "house icon" in the tool bar for the browser

  2. Select "Yes" from the popup window and you're done!

July 08, 2010
Print Comment RSS

An age-old crime: scamming elderly people is on the rise

Senior citizens may avoid telling family members about incidents for fear of going to nursing homes

By Dan Morse
The Washington Post

WASHINGTON — Murders and violent crimes are down nationwide, but one kind of crime is rising steadily: scams against the elderly.

Senior citizens are low-key victims who avoid telling family members for fear of going to nursing homes or don't even report swindles for fear of having to testify in court.

Request product info from top Surveillance companies.
First: *
Last: *
Department: *
Department size: *
Email: *
Zip Code: *
Telephone: *
I recommend or purchase products for my Department: *
Purchasing Timeframe: *
*Required Field

Full story: An age-old crime: scamming elderly people is on the rise



PoliceOne Offers


Surveillance Sponsors

Featured Products

The LookOut

The LookOut



The ScoutOut

The ScoutOut




Featured Videos

Top Product Articles

Featured Product Categories

Police Surveillance Questions

PoliceOne Offers