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‘FBI on Jewelry Industry Crimes’ Seminar Set for Sept. 13 in Hawaii

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A GIA-certified FBI special agent will share his knowledge.

(Press Release) In partnership with the Hawaii Jewelers Association, the Hawaii International Guilds American Gem Society is offering a seminar on jewelry industry crimes.

Why is there an increase in jewelry-related crimes in Hawaii and across the nation? What can you do to minimize loss and protect your employees and assets? What steps can you follow to ensure your company’s safety and security?

Join GIA-certified FBI Special Agent Daniel McCaffrey as he shares his knowledge and expertise in combating the crippling effects of shoplifting, fraud, violent armed robberies, grab-and-runs and smash-and-grabs.

If you are a member of the jewelry and retail industry, the HPD, a security company, a crime prevention organization, or if you are a security systems business owner, this seminar is for you!

Seminar Info

Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017

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6 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Maui Divers Training Room – 1520 Liona St. (4th Floor), Honolulu 96814

Ticket Pricing

HJA/AGS Oahu Members: $40, and $20 each additional person from the same company

HJA/AGS Neighbor Island Members: 50 percent off member rates

Non-Members: $50, and $25 each additional person from the same company

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Parking

No host parking available for a $2 flat rate at:

Bank of Hawaii Building (1451 S. King Street)

Hale Kaheka three-story parking structure (corner of Liona and Ahana Streets)

Deadline to Register

Sunday Sept. 10, 2017

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Limited seats available, so register now! Inquiries for this event may be directed to Karen Lee by email or by phone at (808) 955-0177.

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