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Alert message sent 04/11/2021 20:44:00

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My apologies but I put Tuesday instead of Thursday but this is correct on Eventbrite registration. This is simply for us to keep track of numbers and very easy to use. I received information from the Office of National Statistics today showing a decrease in burglary but  the crime survey for England and Wales shows a 32% increase in fraud incidents in the year ending June 2021. I would ask you to consider this one-off talk and there will plenty of time for Q&A after. There will also be information from Neighbourhood Watch and Trading Standards. If you cannot attend please share so this gets maximum coverage.

You are invited to attend this free presentation -(limited numbers so please book early to avoid disappointment)
Thursday 18th November from 2pm-3.30pm 
Simply register for your space

We are delighted to be able to invite you to a one-off presentation on Cyber Crime Prevention at the Oxford Town Hall on Tuesday 18th November from 2pm-3.30pm 
We are delighted to welcome expert guest speaker  Mr Mark Godsland, Thames Valley Police and SEROCU Police Cyber Security Advisor

The presentation will focus on the current Cyber Aware campaign, looking at the 6 top tips to protect yourselves and stay secure online
Also covering
Phishing -Examples of current COVID-19, Vaccination Scams, Holiday scams
Reporting of suspicious emails, text messages and websites
Other examples of common digital enabled fraud
Privacy settings / over sharing of personal information on social media
How and where to report Fraud and Cyber Crime.
 Summary and signposting to further advice, guidance and information

What is Cyber Crime?
Several million cases of fraud and of computer misuse are reported to the police every year. It's staggering, but even more staggering is that so many of those crimes could have been prevented by making a few small changes in online behaviour
To avoid becoming a victim of online crime you don’t need to be a computer expert. Developing a few good online habits drastically reduces your chances of becoming a victim of cyber crime, makes you less vulnerable and lets you use the web safely

Event Details
Thursday  18th November 2021
2.00pm - 3.30pm
Face-to-face at the Town Hall
Register for your FREE place
How to register for the event

Simply register for your place

You will receive your link to the event once you have registered
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Maggie Lewis (Neighbourhood Watch Network, Multi Scheme Administrator, Thames Valley, Oxford LPA)

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