Elder fraud detection and prevention through education, training and eventually legislative change.
- Chair: Jennell Huff, Bank of the Rockies, N.A.
- Other Member(s): Denise Armstrong, Penny Cope, Ryan Egebrecht, Kendra Edlin, Marsha Goetting, Michael Hagenlock, Lori Hamm, Richard Heitsuttuman, Katie Lovell, Chuck Munson, Pam O’Reilly, Chris Romano, and Alex Ward
History of the Committee
The Montana Elder Fraud and Exploitation Prevention committee was formed in September of 2016. Through education and awareness, the committee is hopeful that more cases are actually reported, there is more recourse for our older residents who are victimized and that eventually there are fewer and fewer cases of elder fraud.
- The committee is hopeful that through advocacy and training, elder justice stakeholders and professionals who are uniquely positioned to identify risk of elder fraud and/or abuse are empowered and encouraged to report to the proper agencies.
- The committee is hopeful that through advocacy and training, elder justice stakeholders are empowered and encouraged to work together to end the ever growing threat of elder fraud and exploitation.
- Consumer Financial Protection – Older Americans
- Money Smart for Older Americans
- Safe Banking for Seniors
- Preventing Identity Theft
- Fraud Resource Center
- Adult Protective Services
- State Bar of Montana