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The Seniors vs. Crime Project is actively seeking volunteers to become Senior Sleuths and help the Project to better protect Seniors from harmful activity. As a sleuth, your role may be to help operate a Storefront in your area where seniors can make complaints and seek assistance. You may also be asked to investigate a complaint or monitor advertisements and activity by a particular company or within a particular industry. You may even be asked to participate in an undercover operation to obtain evidence against a company that is acting illegitimately. You will be provided with training to carry out any of the roles that you wish to undertake and for which we feel you are suitable.


While many of our sleuths are retired, you need only to have reached age 50 to become a Sleuth. We will welcome you as long as you have an interest in senior's affairs and particularly the victimization of our senior citizens. You must, however, be able to supply a Florida address to be eligible. Being only a part-time resident of the state is fine. You still qualify for membership.


To start, please provide the following information. Once we receive and review it, someone will contact you to provide further information and to explore ways in which you can actively participate in keeping our Seniors safe.

After you click on the link submit application below, you will see a page that tells you Thank you.  Then you know your information is on its way.
 

"The Seniors vs. Crime Project does not offer or provide legal services or legal representation. Any response provided is not legal advice, is not a definite statement of the law, and is not a complete analysis of this area of inquiry."

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Last modified: 01/16/15
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