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CFCIA Programs

Toys for Tots Christmas Donation Drive

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Every December members of the C.F.C.I.A donate new, unwrapped toys to the Toys for Tots Foundation during our Northern Division annual Christmas luncheon. Designated C.F.C.I.A members then pick up these toys and deliver them to Toys for Tots warehouses where the toys are sorted by age and gender. As Christmas nears, Toys for Tots Coordinators, with the assistance of local social welfare agencies, church groups, and other local community agencies, distribute these toys to the less fortunate children of the community.

The Toys for Tots Foundation is an IRS recognized 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charity.

Scholarship Program

California Financial Crime Investigators Association (CFCIA) believes in promoting the higher education of its members’ dependents. The Scholarship Program provides CFCIA the opportunity to assist these dependents with financial aid in the advancement of their education.

For more information on this program, speak to your Division Scholarship Chairperson or your division president. To apply for a CFCIA Educational Scholarship print the “Scholarship Application Form” and present it to your Division President or Scholarship Chairperson.

Investigator of the Year Award

Each year during the Installation Banquet at the annual training conference the California Financial Crime Investigators Association (CFCIA) awards one Law Enforcement and One Civilian Investigator with the prestigious honor of being named Investigator of the Year.

These recipients are selected from nominees submitted by each of the CFCIA’s Five Divisions. The award recipients are selected based on their investigative success of cases of a financial nature.

Investigative pursuit, professional skills, dollar value, number of suspects and/or cases, recovery of checks, prosecution and conviction, and restitution are all criteria considered in the awarding of this honor.

For more information on this program contact your Division President to nominate someone for this award or print the “Law Enforcement Investigator of the Year” Form and “Civilian Investigator of the Year” Form and present it to your Division President.

POST Credits For Training Conference Attendance

The California Financial Crime Investigators Association offers qualified Law enforcement Officer non-refundable P.O.S.T. credits for attending the annual Training Conference. Each conference credit hours vary upon the content of the training classes offered. For more information on P.O.S.T credits for training, contact the P.O.S.T. coordinator for each training conference.

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