Middletown Ohio

Find us on
 Twitter and Facebook


Home | Yearly News Archive | Advertisers | Blog | Contact Us Friday, July 03, 2020
Aerial view of Middletown, Hook Field can be seen in the upper right
Middletown, Ohio

Newest Forum Members


Recent Topics

Recovery 40 years overdue
Real Reasons to fire Adkins
HAHA! I wondered when....
Middletown New City Manager Search
2nd fire at Middletown Paperboard
At what point does it stop?!?!!?
It Appears Lincoln School Is Next
New Aquatic Center Proposal
Downtown Business Reboot
Stay Safe

Community Events
Stay Safe
MHS Bowling "Quarter" Auction
Nice Veterans Ceremony
hops in the hanger
Middletown Canal Museum

City Manager
Real Reasons to fire Adkins
HAHA! I wondered when....
Middletown New City Manager Search
Goodbye, Mr. Adkins?
Middletown: A field of Dreams?

Economic Development
It Appears Lincoln School Is Next
Downtown Development-The Middletonian
Looks Like Trouble In Downtown's Paradise
Business Closings
Sorg Opera House

City Council
So Much For Listening To The People
Increase in Motor Vehicle Registration Tax
Fall 2019 Election
Goetz Tower
What the???

Income and Property Tax
Mulligan's State of the City Speech
Proposed City Road Levy: Mayor Mulligan Op-Ed
Taxes and City-Subsidized "Downtown" Deals
Middletown-High Taxes-Low Values
Senior organization wants levy renewal

Community Revitalization
Recovery 40 years overdue
New Aquatic Center Proposal
Central Ave. Downtown Upgrades
Bikes For Rent In The Downtown Area
Why Not The Whole City?

School Board
Behind our backs???
School board candidates
Be Gone, you have no power here
Focus on future not past
State report card stigmatizes district

School Tax Issues
Property taxes going up
Middletown Schools: No tax hike
Tax Revenue
Tax Anticipation Notes

School Achievements
Nothing New
Science Help From Outside The District
Every Ohio district ranked
How did your school perform
Middletown receives low marks

Middletown Sports

Misc Middletown News
2nd fire at Middletown Paperboard
Downtown Business Reboot
Taking more money from us
LED Street Lights
Downtown Homelessness/Dumpinig

For Sale
Upright Freezer
Want to Buy-Core Aerator
Free To A Forever Home
Found Jack Russell

Real Estate for Rent
Home for Rent - 3505 Lorne Drive Killeen, TX 76542
2602 Lu Circle Killeen, TX 76543
Tips To Upgrade Your Outdoor Area
Eye-Catching Rental Listing
Tips on Dealing with Bad Tenants

Real Estate for Sale
Great house!
Real estate prices to rise
Is Commercial Property Still a Good Investment?
Real Estate Listing
Sorg Mansion

Outside World
Operation Welcome Home
New spike in drug overdoses in Hamilton
Viet Nam onPBS
Medical Marijuana Not Legal in Middletown
EDUCATION across all TV net works!
85% Drop in Food Stamp after work requirement
$11M project at Middletown
MetroParks seeks levy
Many Ohioans struggling financially
Hearings on medical marijuana
Living in poverty
Tenant Displacement to Middletown
Ohio Gun Owners...
Butler County Foreclosures
TechOlympics Champions
Middletown Community News
Ohio Police Offered Free Identity Theft Training
Thursday, September 08, 2011 8:39:07 AM - Middletown Ohio


The Buckeye State Law Enforcement Invited to Free Identity Theft Summit

       FBI-LEEDA & LifeLock Present to Ohio Law Enforcement

TEMPE, Ariz., Sept. 8, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- According to the Federal Trade Commission Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the nation. As technology advances the threats facing consumers are increasingly complex. To combat this mounting crime LifeLock (www.lifelock.com) and theFBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Association (FBI-LEEDA) will present a free, one-day identity theft summit bringing together local, regional and state law enforcement officials to better understand the crime of identity theft.

The award-winning educational summit will be hosted by Chief David W.

Light and the Norwalk Police Department's Crime Prevention Unit.

LifeLock is proud to partner in the crusade against identity theft with Ohio law enforcement. The summit will further cultivate identity theft awareness in Norwalk and the surrounding communities. The award-winning summit is equipped to provide law enforcement with resources to assist in case handling, provide hands-on experience with authentic tools of the trade and give the cold hard facts of identity theft. In addition to the standard scams and techniques being used the training will also include the most technologically sophisticated methods used by today's identity thieves.

Launched in 2008, the free law enforcement summits have reached more than 5,000 law enforcement officials on behalf of more than 1,300 agencies across the nation. In 2010 the training was awarded the Communitas Award for Leadership in Community Service and Corporate Social Responsibility. In addition to the law enforcement summits, LifeLock also hosts numerous free educational presentations around the country. The award-winning LifeLock Speakers Series program is customized to fit the needs of each audience both demographically and geographically and is presented by various experts in the field.

"We are aware that the Federal Trade Commission estimates consumers spend nearly $50 billion on identity theft each year," LifeLock Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications Mike Prusinski. "While that number would make most consumers stop dead in their tracks, the most alarming part about these reports is that even the most up-to date statistics are suspected to be under the actual rates. Many cases of identity theft go unreported by the victims as they are reasonably overwhelmed by the tremendous amount of time it takes to resolve. We have made it our top priority to train our law enforcement while also urging consumers to prepare and respond when they are victimized so that as a nation we can truly identity the true scope of this crime."

Details for the Identity Theft Summit in Norwalk, OH:

  --  The Norwalk Identity Theft Summit will be held from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00

      p.m. on Tuesday September 13th at the Norwalk High School: Fisher Titus

      Learning Center, 350 Shady Lane Dr., Norwalk, OH 44857.

About LifeLock

LifeLock, Inc. is an industry leader in identity theft protection.

Since 2005, LifeLock has been relentlessly protecting identities by providing consumers with the tools and confidence they need to help protect themselves from identity theft and manage their credit. 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 for two consecutive years, LifeLock has been recognized by Inc. magazine on their annual list of top 500 fastest growing privately held businesses in the United States and by the American Business Awards as having the 2011 Custumer Service Team of the Year.


Copyright ©2020 MiddletownUSA.com    Privacy Statement  |   Terms of Use  |   Site by Xponex Media  |   Advertising Information