Assemblywoman Garcia to Host Identity Theft Presentations
Housing communities in Desert Hot Springs sites of workshops
CATHEDRAL CITY—Assemblywoman Bonnie Garcia (R-Cathedral City) announced today that she is pleased to begin her second annual series of identity theft presentations throughout her Assembly district. Back by popular demand, the presentations are a valuable resource for citizens who are concerned about protecting themselves from one of the fastest-growing crimes in America. The first two identity theft presentations were specially requested by two housing communities in Desert Hot Springs, California and are open to the public.
Assemblywoman Garcia’s identity theft presentations include an overview of several topics including practical steps you can take to protect your identity and what to do if you are a victim of identity theft. Assemblywoman Garcia is proud to work hand-in-hand with local law enforcement officers to provide the most up-to-date information possible to her constituents.
“Identity theft is an equal opportunity crime that can strike anyone from the day they are born to beyond death,” said Assemblywoman Garcia. “We all need to become more informed to protect our assets and our good name. I encourage everyone to give up a few minutes of their day to learn how fight back – especially those in our senior communities.”
Assemblywoman Garcia looks forward to providing identity theft workshops for her constituents in every corner of Imperial and Riverside Counties. She will announce dates for future workshops at a later time. If you are interested in hosting an identity theft workshop in your housing community or at a local community organization, please contact Mary Brhel at (760) 336-8912 x 107.