Friend – The 20 minute scams awareness session can be found here.
SCAMchampion – You can complete the SCAMchampion training here. This will give you the skills and resources to be able to present scams awareness sessions yourself
Organisation – If you’d like to have your organisation sign up as a FAS organisation, you can put in an application here.
Scam Marshal – If you or someone you know is in receipt of scam mail in the post or receives telephone scams and would like to share that mail or phone call information with our investigations team they can join the Scam Marshal scheme here.
Young Friends – The Young Friends training and resources can be requested via the contact form on our website here.
Practitioner E-learning – For a deeper understanding of issue of scams, an insight into the behaviour of criminals behind scams and information on the legislation, the Practitioner E-learning can be completed here.
Accessible training, Embedded Conversation leaflet and all other resources – To access the Accessible training, Embedded Conversation leaflet and information sheet, all of the scams awareness presentations & handouts and additional resources, please sign up as a SCAMchampion via the link above and you will receive instructions on how to access resources via email.
For further information about the local work Sussex Police are doing around Courier Fraud, click here.
For information on the recent crackdown on Courier Fraud lead by the City of London police click here.
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If you need advice regarding scams please contact the Citizens Advice consumer helpline on 0808 223 11 33 (new Freephone replacement number) or if you need to report a scam or suspicious activity please contact Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040 or use the online reporting tool here.
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