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"Not Today Buster!": The Senior Sleuth Story

by Vern Thornton

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Not Today Buster! tells the success story of the Florida Attorney General's Seniors vs. Crime Project and its army of Senior Sleuths. Started in 1989, with but four volunteers located in southeast Florida, the Project now boasts over 1,000 Senior Sleuths and can be found active all over the state."Hidden amid the sea of the silver-haired are the sleuths. They're old. They're savvy. And you don't want to mess with them."-Mike Lipka, Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "In 1989, some of Florida's most effective crime fighters were unleashed through the creation of the Attorney General's Seniors vs. Crime Project. These crime fighters have been responsible for recovering nearly $5-million for seniors who were victims of con-artists. I am proud to be a partner of these outstanding citizens."- Bill McCollum , Florida Attorney General "A volunteer force of 'Senior Sleuths' have earned respect, applause and thanks of all Floridians for dedicated and effective service in the war on crime. The growth and increasing age of Florida's senior citizens has attracted criminals who seek more vulnerable prey. The Seniors vs. Crime Project is giving potential prey some sharp claws and teeth and wisdom to fight back."-Sun-Senntinel Editorial"The success of Seniors vs. Crime in Florida should alert law enforcement groups in other states to organize similar senior groups of caring, active elderly citizens."-Chuck Witlock, Vancouver Washington Columbian

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:24:31 -0400)

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