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Louisiana Law Enforcement Take Identity Theft Matters into Their Own Hands

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“It's become very evident that LifeLock and FBI-LEEDA have created one of the more unique partnerships that have ever aided law enforcement,” said Chief Don Dixon of the Lake Charles Police Department. “In a time when there is an overwhelming need for low-cost training for law enforcement, LifeLock providing these free seminars is going above and beyond in my book. My department spends a great deal of time on identity theft, and I know the information provided in this unique daylong training session will be put to good use.”

The one-day course covers relevant identity theft law, high technology identity theft, identity theft awareness and protection strategies, databases to assist in investigations, and an emphasis on investigative techniques.

In partnership with FBI-LEEDA, LifeLock has hosted 18 Identity Theft Summits since October 2008, bringing law enforcement officials from all over the country together to work various cases, and to discuss in detail investigative techniques and methods for combating the crime. From Las Vegas to Atlanta and from Chicago to Houston, more than 1,776 law enforcement officials from more than 605 different agencies have participated in the training summits.

About LifeLock
LifeLock, Inc. (www.lifelock.com) is an industry leader in proactive identity theft protection. Since 2005, LifeLock has been providing consumers with the tools and confidence they need to help protect themselves from identity theft. The company has a strong focus on educating consumers and working with law enforcement and elected officials to better understand the increasing threats of identity theft. A multiple award-winning organization, LifeLock has been recognized by the American Business Awards as Best Overall Company, by AlwaysOn to the Top Global Company 250 list and most recently by Arizona Corporate Excellence as Arizona’s Fastest Growing Company.

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