Howell chamber Lunch & Learn series features local law enforcement presenters

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Area business owners and residents can learn and ask questions from local law enforcement leaders.

“The Lunch & Learn series provides an opportunity to interact in a positive way with experts who can help protect you from scams, break-ins and answer your questions about the law,” said Michelle Tokan from the Howell chamber. “The chamber hopes to create a safer, more informed community by hosting the programs.”

The special law enforcement series runs in the months of April, May and June at the Howell chamber, 123 E. Washington St. in Howell. Details on program topics and speakers are listed below.

Each program runs from 11:30 – 1. Cost is $20 per program or attend all three for the discounted price of $50. Lunch and materials are included. Lunch & Learn is a program of the Howell Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation. Registration is available at or by calling the Howell chamber at (517) 546-3920.

Wednesday, April 17 — Save yourself from Scams

Detective Sergeant Gary Childers from the Livingston County Sheriff’s Department will present on fraud, scams and cyber security.  The presentation will identify current trends in fraud and scams along with the role technology and cyber security plays in these crimes.  Childers will arm the audience with information on how to avoid becoming a victim of these crimes and what to do if you do become a victim.

Wednesday, May 15 — Protect your building from break-ins

Sergeant Michael Dunn from the Howell Police Department will present on keeping your home and business crime free and secure.

Wednesday, June 19 — Lunch with the Law

Join Livingston County Sheriff Mike Murphy, Howell Police Chief George Basar and Livingston County Prosecuting Attorney William Vailliencourt for a question and answer session.  It’s your chance to have your questions answered by the top law enforcement professionals in the area.

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