About the Author
Lisa Curtis has been the Director of Consumer Services for the Denver District Attorney since 1996. She is responsible for crime prevention and consumer education for the Economic Crime Unit. In her 10 years at the District Attorney's Office, Ms. Curtis has presented more than 1,000 seminars on elder financial exploitation, identity theft, employee embezzlement, and other economic crimes both locally and nationally. She has written articles on economic crimes for a variety of publications, including the Colorado Lawyer and Prosecutor magazines of the National District Attorney's Association and the Victimization of the Elderly and Disabled journal. Ms. Curtis is currently dedicated to implementing and replicating the CASE Partnership throughout Colorado and the United States. She was previously the President and CEO of the San Diego, California, and Fort Collins, Colorado, Better Business Bureaus.
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