PLEASE NOTE

Regular meeting days for 2017 are the 2nd Sunday of each month

From 2pm until 4pm

 

NEXT MEETING IS:  

Sunday 12th February 2017

Come and join Maree who will discuss nutrition, diet and how to eat well on a budget.  Being bombarded with information about what you should and shouldn’t eat, especially as our requirements change throughout the year?  Have questions about what is the best diet for you these days?

Come and join us to hear about how to stay healthy this year and how to get the most out of our spending by eating a well balanced diet

We look forward to seeing you there!

Bring your friends or family to learn more.

For more information contact us at: FraudSupport.FCCG@police.qld.gov.au.

 

 



About The Group

Since 2010, the Fraud and Cyber Crime Group, Queensland Police Service, has hosted the Fraud Support and Recovery Group in Brisbane the 2nd Sunday of each month.

These meetings are held at Queensland Police Headquarters, 200 Roma Street, Brisbane from 2pm until 4pm in the Ground Floor conference rooms.

The group assists victims and helps them recover from what is not just a financial loss but personal and emotional losses. Sometimes the burden is too much, but who can you turn too?  

This group encourages members to work through the feelings associated with being a victim of a crime to becoming a survivor.

The Fraud Support and Recovery Group meets once a month, and is open to any victim of fraud or their friends and families. Members share their experiences in an effort to help others who have faced similar issues but have not yet found the path forward.

Unfortunately, it is difficult to have funds returned after an event of this type, however with help you can regain your voice through shared experiences with friends.

Link to reporting Online Cyber Crime via ACORN.



 

Click to view the 7:30 Report on Romance Scams
and the Fraud Support Recovery Group

Link to SBS Insight Programe titled Love Bail

To view more videos about Fraud Awareness

Click here



If you have been scammed on-line, you can report it to the Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network

Click to report Cyber Crime to the ACORN