Norfolk County Sheriff Michael G. Bellotti announced recent additions to his speakers bureau, which makes speakers available to Norfolk County organizations on a variety of topics focusing on public safety, health and consumer fraud.
Representatives from the Better Business Bureau and the Registry of Motor Vehicles are the latest additions to a roster that includes speakers from the Governor’s Auto Theft Strike Force, the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, MBTA, American Red Cross and the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office.
The speakers inform individuals about unsavory business tactics, credit card scams and fraud, pointers on good health, safety tips for elderly drivers, among other topics.
The program is free-of-charge, and is run under the umbrella of Sheriff Bellotti’s Triad program.
“We hope Norfolk County organizations will take advantage of the speakers bureau,” Bellotti said. “It has a growing list of experts on a wide range of important topics.”
The Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office makes the speakers available to local councils on aging as well as chambers of commerce, retiree clubs, and civic groups.
For a complete list of speakers and their topics or to schedule an appearance, call Norfolk County Sheriff’s Office at 781-751-3516.