|Natalie Pratt - Event Coordinator - Facebook Photo|
WELS.net is promoting Luther Days, reminding me of the time when the same website promoted the Church and Change conference. The differences are slight.
|This is called a non-profit LLC,|
but it is not registered in Wisconsin and there is no such thing as
a "non-profit LLC" in that state.
Funny how two women are organizing it:
|Read the article linked here about Brian Arthur Lampe.|
Webber will share the spotlight with him -
but cannot see the UOJ Church Growth Babtist connection.
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BEFORE THE DEPARTMENT OF REGULATION AND LICENSING
IN THE MATTER OF THE DISCIPLINARY :
PROCEEDINGS AGAINST : :
FINAL DECISION AND ORDER
NATALIE R. PRATT, TECRIME, AND : TECRIME INTERNATIONAL, INC., :
RESPONDENTS. : LS0512094RAL
Division of Enforcement Case Nos. 02 RAL 010 and 04 RAL 012
The parties to this action for the purpose of Wis. Stat. §227.53 are: Natalie R. Pratt 1107 North Sawyer Street Oshkosh, WI 54902
TeCrime 683 N. Main Street Suite E Oshkosh, WI 54901
TeCrime International, Inc. 683 N. Main Street Suite E Oshkosh, WI 54901
Department of Regulation and Licensing P.O. Box 8935 Madison, WI 53708-8935 Department of Regulation and Licensing Division of Enforcement P.O. Box 8935 Madison, WI 53708-8935
The parties in this matter agree to the terms and conditions of the attached Stipulation as the final disposition of this matter, subject to the approval of the Department of Regulation and Licensing (Department). The Department has reviewed this Stipulation and considers it acceptable. Accordingly, the Department in this matter adopts the attached Stipulation and makes the following:
FINDINGS OF FACT 1. Natalie R. Pratt, date of birth 01/04/1966, was issued a Private Detective license in the State of Wisconsin, license number 63-10327, on 01/20/2000. That license expired on 09/01/2004.
Ms. Pratt’s last reported address on file with the Department of Regulation and Licensing is 1107 N. Sawyer Street, Oshkosh, WI 54902.
2. TeCrime was issued a Private Detective Agency license in the State of Wisconsin, license number 62-16037, on 01/20/2000. TeCrime is a sole proprietorship owned by Natalie R. Pratt. TeCrime’s last reported address on file with the Department of Regulation and Licensing is 683 N. Main Street, Suite E, Oshkosh, WI 54901. The insurance coverage for TeCrime expired on 11/09/2003, and the status of the agency license was changed from “Active” to “Hold” in the Department’s records on 05/13/2004. On 07/21/2004, Ms. Pratt requested that the license be discontinued. The status of the agency license was changed from “Hold” to “Expired” in the Department’s records on April 20, 2005.
3. TeCrime International, Inc. was issued a Private Detective Agency license in the State of Wisconsin, license number 62-16289, on 04/24/2003. TeCrime International, Inc. is a corporation owned by Natalie R. Pratt. TeCrime International, Inc.’s last reported address on file with the Department of Regulation and Licensing is 683 N. Main Street, Suite E, Oshkosh, WI 54901. Once TeCrime International, Inc. was issued a Private Detective Agency license on 04/24/2003, that agency effectively replaced TeCrime. On 07/21/2004, Ms. Pratt requested inactivity on the agency license, and the status of the agency license was changed from “Active” to “Nonworking: No Automatic Renewal” in the Department’s records.
4. Natalie R. Pratt stopped practicing as a private detective and shut down TeCrime International, Inc., her private detective agency, due to her own serious health problems and the serious health problems of her daughter that have required ongoing treatment at the Mayo Clinic. Ms. Pratt had the phones disconnected for TeCrime International, Inc. and had all advertising and websites taken down for the Agency. Ms. Pratt has cleaned out her office for TeCrime International, Inc., has returned or is in the process of returning all client materials, and is waiting for the lease to expire on her office space.
5. In light of her medical problems and those of her daughter, Ms. Pratt wishes to resolve these two cases by voluntarily surrendering her personal Private Detective License (#63-10327) and the Private Detective Agency licenses issued to TeCrime (#62-16037) and TeCrime International, Inc. (#62-16289), including the right to renew these licenses or seek relicensure in the future.
CONCLUSIONS OF LAW
1. The State of Wisconsin Department of Regulation and Licensing has jurisdiction to act in this matter pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 440.26(6), and is authorized to enter into the attached Stipulation pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 227.44(5). ORDER NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that:
1. The VOLUNTARY SURRENDER of the Private Detective license of Respondent Natalie R. Pratt (license #63-10327), the Private Detective Agency license of TeCrime (license #62-16037), and the Private Detective Agency license of TeCrime International, Inc. (license #62-16289), be, and hereby are ACCEPTED. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that:
2. All rights and privileges granted to Respondent Natalie R. Pratt pursuant to Private Detective license #63- 10327 are forever terminated, effective at 11:59 p.m. on the date of this order.
3. Respondent Natalie R. Pratt shall not seek to renew her Private Detective license or apply for licensure as a Private Detective with the State of Wisconsin, Department of Regulation and Licensing, in the future.
4. All rights and privileges granted to Respondent TeCrime pursuant to Private Detective Agency license #62- 16037 are forever terminated, effective at 11:59 p.m. on the date of this order.
5. Respondent TeCrime shall not seek to renew its Private Detective Agency license or apply for licensure as a Private Detective Agency with the State of Wisconsin, Department of Regulation and Licensing, in the future.
6. All rights and privileges granted to Respondent TeCrime International, Inc. pursuant to Private Detective Agency license #62-16289 are forever terminated, effective at 11:59 p.m. on the date of this order.
7. Respondent TeCrime International, Inc. shall not seek to renew its Private Detective Agency license or apply for licensure as a Private Detective Agency with the State of Wisconsin, Department of Regulation and Licensing, in the future.
8. Violation of any of the terms of this Order may be construed as conduct imperiling public health, safety and welfare and may result in a summary suspension of Respondents’ licenses. In its discretion the Department may, in the alternative, impose additional conditions and limitations or other additional discipline for a violation of any of the terms of this Order.
9. This Order is effective on the date of its signing. Dated at Madison, Wisconsin this 9th day of December, 2005. Celia M. Jackson Secretary Department of Regulation and Licensing
Thu Jan 30 09:03:10 CST 2003
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This is what we do on a daily basis..tracking hackers...plus every other imaginable computer or Internet crime. Therefore, I work with law enforcement agencies and prosecutors throughout the US. The discussion up to this point is true in theory. However, we always work back and trace to the originating hacker. It is very common for the hacker to use a third party computer to shield his activity. They may think that they are getting away with it, but in reality...we can still track them down just as quickly. They can run, but they can't hide! In fact, I'm working a case very similar to this right now for a nonprofit agency here in WI. The stalker is hacking into a 3rd party's computer, and sending viruses and Trojans in an effort to destroy the computer system at the non-profit agency. I spent an hour on the phone with the police yesterday, and they have no interest in the third party's role, they want us to pin it on the originating stalker. And, we have. The third party has been cleared and is out of the picture. And, if that should ever happen to anyone on this list, where your computer system is being accused of being a party to the attack, give me a call, I'll personally help you prove your innocence. I'm not trying to discourage any one from having a risk assessment done, or on file for future situations, it is a good idea especially if you are a large corporation. However, as a church, if you are on budget restraints, I would not go out of your way to try and find the funds to put that in place. Our office has done many risk assessments for businesses, and if anyone does have a concern or wants to run something past me, please feel free to either email (natalie.pratt at tecrime.com) or call (920-424-9960) me. (No, this isn't a sales pitch...I won't charge anything). But, I have worked on the computers of many many WELS pastors and churches, and I am pretty familiar with what is out there in a lot of churches, and I'll be able to give you a good idea on what to do. And, what kind of plan you should have in place or preventative measures that you can take now, based on your particular system. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns about this. Natalie ___________________________ Natalie Pratt - WI License #10327 Director of Investigations WI Agency License #16037 TeCrime International, Inc. 683 N Main St. Suite E Oshkosh, WI 54901 Phone: (920) 424-9960 - Fax: (920) 424-9970 www.tecrime.com - natalie.pratt at tecrime.com