Identity Crime Prevention Institute (IDCPI.org) is a non-governmental Organization based in the United Stated which is developed and maintained by a team of volunteer professionals from legal, law enforcement and technology backgrounds.
IDCPI.org four primary goals
- To educate people, businesses, and law enforcement agencies about how to prevent identity crime and if identity crime has been committed to provide strategies for dealing with it;
- To promote the development of legislation around the world to combat identity theft and identity fraud;
- To research and help to develop strategies and tools for preventing identity crime;
- To develop a platform whereby individuals, businesses, organizations, attorneys, legislators, and law enforcement agencies can share ideas and strategies for combating identity crime around the world.
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Identity Crime News: 05/16/2016
The week's identity crime news includes stories of potential threats from bank tellers, legislation passed in California to protect victims of identity theft, how Americans' use of the Internet has changed due to concerns about privacy and security, and a college student warning others about the risks of identity theft. Also in the news: a celebrity hacker admits to stealing at least one Social Security number, federal legislation designed to…
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What is Identity Crime, Identity Theft and Identity Fraud?
Identity Crime is defined as knowingly acquiring, manipulating, producing, transferring, possessing, or using identity information or documents in order to commit a fraud, or to commit other unlawful activities.
Identity Theft means one who knowingly obtains or possesses another person's identity information in circumstances giving rise to a reasonable inference that the information is intended to be used to commit an indictable offense that includes fraud, deceit or falsehood.
Identity Fraud means an event that occurs when a false identity is used, or when another individual's identity details are used in support of illegal activity, or when a person avoids an obligation or liability by falsely claiming status as an identity-fraud victim.