Victim Support Services recently opened an office in Oak Harbor as part of the “Tompkins Project.” Jonathan Moore, community education and outreach specialist, stands with Emma Alty, victim resources coordinator, and Jennifer Kloesel, information and referral specialist. (Jessie Stensland / Whidbey News Group)

Victim Support Services recently opened an office in Oak Harbor as part of the “Tompkins Project.” Jonathan Moore, community education and outreach specialist, stands with Emma Alty, victim resources coordinator, and Jennifer Kloesel, information and referral specialist. (Jessie Stensland / Whidbey News Group)

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“A disproportionate number of calls we receive are about identity theft.”

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