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Upcoming EventsJul18SatJul23Thu8:30 am NOVA Victim Assistance Cyber Saf... @ Table 100NOVA Victim Assistance Cyber Saf... @ Table 100Jul 23 @ 8:30 am – 5:00 pmThe AWARE Victim Assistance Training will examine modern identity theft, the emergence of cyber crime, tactics used, and how cyber crime links to domestic abuse, elder abuse, bullying, human trafficking and stalking. A confirmation email will be sent upon registering …
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