The Numismatic Crime Information Center will offer a training course Oct. 18 for law-enforcement personnel who investigate numismatic crimes. The class is being held in conjunction with the American Numismatic Association’s Fall National Money Show in Dallas, which runs Oct. 18-20.
The goal of the one-day class is to help law-enforcement personnel, including patrol officers, detectives, investigators and prosecutors, better understand the world of numismatics and the unique challenges criminals pose to the industry. The course, held at the Dallas Convention Center, is free for law-enforcement personnel.
“The problem we have is that across the country, there’s a lot of inexperience when it comes to investigating numismatic crimes,” said Doug Davis, NCIC president.”
To register for the course, visit www.NationalMoneyShow.com/NCIC. For questions on the seminar, call Davis at (817) 705-4450.
More details of the Dallas National Money Show are online at www.NationalMoneyShow.com.