Recognizing Fake ID’s

Businesses: Avoid Illegal Alcohol Sales To Minors 

June 26, 2008 9:00 – 10:30 a.m.
The Rustic Inn – Talbottown, Easton
FREE Continental Breakfast

Teens can be very imaginative about getting alcohol. Fake IDs are one key way they evade minimum age laws. Some borrow IDs from older siblings or friends. Others attempt to alter IDs, often with less than perfect results. 

Today’s technology can make it hard to detect high quality forgeries. Veteran Detective Martin Johnson will present some of the most common types of fake IDs and how to recognize them.

Presenter: DETECTIVE MARTIN JOHNSON
25 year veteran of the Howard County Police
Teaches law enforcement officers, retail alcohol/tobacco industry representatives and MVA investigators on detection and investigation of fictitious and counterfeit driver’s licenses. Contributor for the U.S. Dept of Homeland Security– Federal Document Laboratory. Counterfeit documents training with the U.S. Secret Service, University of Maryland Police Dept, Prince George‘s County Police Dept, U.S. Dept of Justice- Immigration and Naturalization Service, and Social Security Administration.  Basic and advanced criminal investigations training from the Montgomery, Prince George’s, Anne Arundel Counties,MD State Police Depts; U.S. Secret Service; and FBI National Academy. 

Sponsored by the Talbot Family Network, Talbot Partnership, Talbot County Highway Safety Program.

RSVP by June 20: JoAnn Urso, 410.819.8067 or jurso@talbotpartnership.org

 

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