LCSO to Hold Shred Event at Round Hill Elementary School on October 15 | Events
From Loudoun Sheriff:
Loudoun County, Virginia- The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office will hold an identity theft and free shred event for the public in October as part of National Crime Prevention month. The event will be held Saturday, October 15, 2011 from 9 AM to 12 PM 17115 Evening Star Drive (Round Hill Elementary School) in Round Hill, Virginia.
The free Shred Event gives residents an opportunity to recycle old paper documents and confidential files safely and securely. The documents will be shredded on site into particle-sized paper. Residents do not need to removed staples or paperclips. You can bring your paper in boxes and bags. Some of the items residents may want to bring are old checks/carbon copies of checks, bank statements, pay stubs, receipts, credit card offers, medical information, bills/medical bills, and retirement statements. The Shred Event is not for businesses.
Members of the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office Community Resource Unit will be on hand to answer your questions regarding identity theft, fraud prevention and personal safety.
For more information on protecting yourself from becoming a victim of identity theft and fraud please visit www.loudoun.gov/victiminformation of the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office website.