How do I obtain a press pass for the Economic Crime Summit?
Instructions on how to obtain a press pass for the conference and information about the conference
(PRWEB) April 19, 2003
The 2003 Economic Crime Summit will offer ample opportunity to gain a more global perspective on crime through its many networking possibilities. More than 50 speakers from national and international corporations, law enforcement, and other enforcement professionals from federal, state, and local agencies, will travel to Washington, D. C., for this event. The conference will provide its attendees with an exhibit hall dedicated to fraud prevention products and services and will include topics and research on identity theft, money laundering, health care fraud, insurance crime, and e-fraud. Find conference program information on-line at http://www. summit. nw3c. org/Programs_Home. htm (http://www. summit. nw3c. org/Programs_Home. htm)
Press passes are given to those contributing writers, freelancers, and analysts who have the required credentials and who will be writing about the Economic Crime Summit event.
Those requesting press pass credentials must make a formal request on business letterhead defining who and what the credentials will be used for. If you are a contributing writer, freelancer, or analyst, please submit your credentials by FAX or e-mail to Ronda Ellcessor at (804) 323-3566 or ronda@nw3c. org. All other requests will be handled on a case-by-case basis.
Standard policy is that only two (2) press passes are distributed to each media outlet unless special arrangements are made with NW3CÂs Communications Manager.
We request that all post-event coverage and verification be arranged with NW3CÂs Communications staff.