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Cyber-Conference-D Ambler-Held-Hightstown NJ-Summary Below

Cyber-Conference-D Ambler-Held-Hightstown NJ-Summary Below
Cyber-Conference-D Ambler-Held-Hightstown NJ-Summary Below
Report #: 13541 - 0 Comments
Date Reported: Wednesday, January 26, 2022
Status: Active and Ongoing
Severity: High - Cyberstalking
Primary Weapon: Investigative Services
Specific Location: Hightstown
City/Local Area: Central NJ
State/Territory: New Jersey
Region: United States

January 28, 2022:

Re: Cyber-Conference

Date held: January 27, 2022:

Place: Princeton Conference Center at Forrestal:

Location: Hightstown, New Jersey:

Time: 07:00-PM- 09:30-PM:

Sponsored by: Ross Keppler & Assoc:

Phone: {646}--862-7907:


(Posted by: Carolyn Boufford)

Those in attendance:

(2)--Main Guest Speakers (Brian S./ Pat R.):

(129)- Guest Members:

Masks Required: Yes:

It was mentioned previously that a few months ago someone was using our company information on this website. Who ever was responsible also posted false information and transcripts. I feel we rectified the matter and I ask that if anyone has an issue with our organization or what we stand for not to post negative or harassing comments on this forum. We have a legal right to post here for informational purposes.

We had our first Cyber-Conference on January 27th. We hope posting on this forum will be helpful to anyone who may have fallen victim to an on line bully. Please respect our organization as well as what is posted here.

We had an Excellent turn out last evening. Thank you all who participated in our very first Cyber-Conference. It was amazing to see the interest that so many have in the Cyber-Stalking problem that exists. In addition, we thank you for the questions that those in attendance presented to our speaker's. Your Questions & answers along with meeting Transcripts (Minutes), will be posted on this website within the next 48 hours.

Summary: Speaker (1) addresses audience members discussing his unfortunate Cyberstalking/ Harassment ordeal in 2016 which lasted three and one half months. Speaker {Pat} states that Cyberstalkers are not necessarily discreet or very smart. At least in his case, his stalker made no attempt to 'hide' his identity thus making the Investigation a bit easier. However, an Investigation had to be declared and "Proofs" had to be obtained to prove that the suspected stalker was the responsible party. (more detail will be posted).

Speaker (2)-(Brian S.)--Just as Speaker 1 told the audience about his Cyberbullying experience. Brian did the same:

*Meeting Transcripts & Questions & Answers will be posted within 48 hours:

Carolyn Bufford

Intake Department:

Thank you again for your support and cooperation.

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