Arizona Identity Theft Coalition
Coordinated by the Arizona Attorney General’s Office
The Arizona Identity Theft Coalition is dedicated to creating public awareness about identity theft and training law enforcement officers on how best to respond to identity theft victims.
The Arizona Identity Theft Coalition is composed of public and non-profit agencies from across the state. Members are drawn from a a number of different service sectors ranging from law enforcement, legal services, government agencies, veterans’ services and academic institutions.
AITC is coordinated by the Arizona Attorney General’s Office. The Arizona Attorney General’s Office’s role is to promote cooperation among coalition members, create training materials and improve outreach tools and victim assistance services to better serve identity theft victims.
“This is a great opportunity for service providers to work together to find cohesive and effective ways of providing services to victims of identity theft.” –Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne
Since the Arizona Attorney General’s Office is a leader in providing outreach, education, victims’ rights and services to the people of Arizona, the office remains committed to promoting justice and healing for Arizona’s crime victims. The office continues to lend support to other local, county and statewide law enforcement agencies in the administration of victims’ rights laws.
Arizona Identity Theft Coalition in the News
- Print Media: “Groups Work to Combat Identity Theft in Arizona.” Story at KPHO.com
- Radio: Attorney General Tom Horne talks to Dennis Wilenchik’s Radio Show about the identity theft coalition
- Press Release: Arizona Identity Theft Coalition’s Press release