Numismatic crime offenses related to USPS and FedEx shipments continue to plague the numismatic industry and in most cases are frustrating to the victims. The immediate challenge in these type of offenses is determining which law enforcement agency federal or local takes the lead role.
The Numismatic Crime Information Center is addressing these issues along with other topics including counterfeits during the eight-hour “Numismatic Crime Investigations” seminar being held during the ANA National Money Show in Irving, Texas on March 8, 2018, said Doug Davis, Founder/President of the NCIC. Representatives from the Postal Inspection Service, District Attorney offices, FedEx, the banking industry and investigators from all over Texas have registered, said Davis.
The seminar will provide attendees with the basic tools and resources to effectively conduct a numismatic investigation within their jurisdiction. The NCIC has partnered with the North Texas Regional Police Academy and attendees will receive eight hours of accredited education from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement.
NCIC through its educational initiatives seeks to promote partnerships between law enforcement and the numismatic community, pursuing collaborative strategies in numismatic crime investigations.
The seminar is free to all law enforcement attendees. Persons who wish to help sponsor the seminar can contact Doug@numismaticcrimes.org. NCIC is a 501(c)(3) non proﬁt corporation and all donations and sponsorships are tax deductible.
(Chief of Police Ret.)
Numismatic Crime Information Center (NCIC)
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The Numismatic Crime Information Center (NCIC) is a 501 (c)(3) non profit corporation established to coordinate and collaborate initiatives between law enforcement and the numismatic industry in “Targeting Numismatic Crimes Around the World”. Please refer to the about page for more information.