Stolen Futures: A Forum on Child Identity Theft

FTC Conference Center 601 New Jersey Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20001 | Directions & Nearby

Event Description

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC), Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice, will hold a forum to discuss child identity theft. Government, business, non-profit, legal service providers, and victim advocates will explore the nature of child identity theft, including foster care identity theft and identity theft within families, with the goal of advising parents and victims on how to prevent the crime and how to resolve child identity theft problems. The forum is free and open to the public.

Contact us with questions or concerns at childidtheft@ftc.gov

Attendance and Pre-Registration

“Stolen Futures: A Forum on Child ID Theft” will be open to the public. There is no fee to attend. For admittance to the building, all attendees will be required to display a valid form of photo identification, such as a driver’s license.

Pre-registration is not necessary to attend the Forum, but is encouraged so that we may better plan this event. To pre-register, please email your name and affiliation to childidtheft@ftc.gov. Participants are encouraged to submit articles or other written materials in advance of the Forum, which will be used by the FTC and OVC in planning the Forum and understanding the issues surrounding child id theft.

Event Details

FTC Privacy Policy

Under the Freedom of Information Act (“FOIA”) or other laws, we may be required to disclose to outside organizations the information you provide when you pre-register. The Commission will consider all timely and responsive public comments, whether filed in paper or electronic form, and as a matter of discretion, we make every effort to remove home contact information for individuals from the public comments before posting them on the FTC website.

The FTC Act and other laws we administer permit the collection of your pre-registration contact information and the comments you file to consider and use in this proceeding as appropriate. For additional information, including routine uses permitted by the Privacy Act, see the Commission’s comprehensive Privacy Policy.