Identity Theft Resources

Identity protection means treating your personal information like cash or a valuable commodity — being careful not to leave it around, and being thoughtful about who is asking for it, why they need it, and how they’re going to safeguard it for you.

Help people in your community learn how to make identity protection part of their routine and what they should do if an identity thief strikes.

Spread the Word

Spread the Word About Identity Protection

Reach out to your community to raise awareness of identity protection

Protect Your Identity Event Kit

These free resources can help you plan and host an event about identity protection.

Talking Through Identity Theft

A powerpoint presentation for people who are blind or visually impaired.

Talking Through Identity Theft Webinar

A program for the blind and visually Impaired.

Get Free Publications

You can print these pdfs or order free copies. Allow four to six weeks for delivery.

Taking Charge: What To Do If Your Identity Is Stolen

Guide with tips about protecting your information, and instructions, sample forms, and letters to help recover from theft. Order free copies.

Safeguarding Your Child’s Future

Booklet to help parents and guardians protect a child’s information and repair damage caused by theft. Order free copies.

Identity Theft: What To Know, What To Do

Easy-to-copy brochure covering the basics: how to avoid and recover from identity theft. Order free copies.

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For Military: Identity Theft: What To Know, What To Do

Easy-to-copy brochure covering the basics for military personnel and family: how to avoid and recover from identity theft. Order free copies.