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    Southern States Revenue Protection Association

    OFFICERS


    Southern States Revenue Protection Association

    In order to better the members of our associations, the South Central Revenue Protection Association, and the Southeastern Revenue Protection Association have decided to merge into a NEW organization, the Southern States Revenue Protection Association.

    The boards of SCRPA and SURPA are currently working out the final details regarding bylaws and structure.

    It is our sincere hope that the new group will allow utility partners and Law-Enforcement from across the Fourteen southern States to better serve our rate paying customers, and investors, and the communities we so dearly love.

    We will incorporate the best practices and Safest procedures to partner with law-enforcement, and fellow Utility Professionals to create a cohesive program that allows all of us to shine.

    S.S.R.P.A. is:

    Investigators from:

      • Alabama
      • Arkansas
      • Florida
      • Georgia
      • Kentucky
      • Louisiana
      • Mississippi
      • Missouri
      • North Carolina
      • South Carolina
      • Tennessee
      • Texas
      • Tennessee
      • Virginia


    S.S.R.P.A. is:

      • Utility Theft Investigators across South Eastern United States
      • Promoting Safety, and unified best practices
      • Empowering members to educate others to better investigate and eradicate utility theft





    2017 SSRPA / IURPA Conference


    JUNE 12 through 16, 2017


    IMPERIAL PALACE CASINO
    BILOXI, MS


    The new organization is proud to announce the 2017 conference in conjunction with the International Utilities Revenue Protection Association. This conference is open to Utility Theft Investigators, Law- Enforcement Officers, Credit and Collections Professionals, Internal Auditors, Fraud Investigators, and members of the Utility Community.

    The 2017 Conference will be held at the IP Spa and Casino in Biloxi Mississippi.

    The topics for the conference are currently being arranged to facilitate the completion of Level II Certification for attendees as Utility Theft Investigators.

    Topics will include:

    • De-escalation strategies
    • Conflict Management
    • Dealing with difficult people
    • Advanced Investigative techniques
    • Interview and interrogation techniques
    • Credit and Collections- From bad Debt to Bad Customer
    • Court Appearance and Testimony ( Including Mock Trial)
    • International topics provided by IURPA


    Please set aside time now to attend!
    Sincerely;

    Samuel E. Causey Jr.
    President, SCRPA

    Rick Woods
    President, SURPA


    View/Download: Announcement / Flyer


    View/Download: Registration Information


    View/Download: Registration Form


    View/Download: Vendor Registration Form






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