Texas Law Enforcement Go Online for Identity Theft Crimes #3277 (TCLEOSE)

Online Identity Theft Crimes #3277 (TCLEOSE)

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Texas Law Enforcement Go Online for Identity Theft Crimes #3277 (TCLEOSE)

By Joseph Winetrop, The Star | Wed, 7 Aug 2013

Texas Police Officers and Deputies can now go online to take the new OSS Academy® Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) (formally TCLEOSE) Identity Theft Crimes #3277 course.

"This 3-hour course is only $30 and can be taken within the convenience of your own home and at your own pace," said David Salmon, Training Coordinator for OSS Academy®.

“With the current training cycle deadline of August 31, 2013 looming, Texas officers have been aggressively finalizing their mandatory training requirements,” said Salmon.

“We have received great comments from all of our students regarding our new online TCLEOSE training courses,” said Salmon.  “Our staff experts have worked very, very hard to build a terrific set of TCLEOSE approved law enforcement and jailer training courses.”  With more courses under development, OSS Academy® now offers 30 TCLEOSE Peace Officer and 68 TCLEOSE Jailer approved courses online.

“Another course that has drawn particular interest is our 2-hour online Texas State and Federal Law Update #3182 course, which is offered for only $20,” said Salmon.  “Additionally, armed with the officer’s name, PID number and Date of Birth, each successful TCLEOSE online course completion is reported direct to TCLEOSE by OSS Academy® staff at no additional charge.  To provide us with the necessary information, students can just pick up the phone to give me a call at 281-288-9190 ext. 205 or it is just as simple to send me an email," said Salmon.

OSS Academy® Identity Theft Crimes #3277 (TCLEOSE) online training course description:

Someone approaches you and tells you they are getting bills for purchases they never made.  Or, they tell you, they found out there is a warrant for their arrest for failure to pay a fine and they have just discovered their record shows an extensive criminal history, and yet, they have never been arrested for anything.  Maybe they tell you someone has drained their bank account and now they have no money in it.  What would you tell all of these people?  Would you know where to tell them to get help? Is the report taken where the offense happened or where they live?  The answers to these and many more questions that can help you deal with the Identity Crime victims in your area are contained within this course.

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To learn more about OSS Academy® contact our Training Coordinator at 281-288-9190 ext. 205.


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