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Free to Coalition members, IASIU members, government employees and public interest groups. $49.95 for all others (pay here). This popular weekly briefing via e-mail is a must-read for anyone serious about combating fraud. Contains latest developments in legislation, regulation, court decisions, civil and criminal cases, media coverage and strategies in combating fraud. Also includes important external links to top fraud sources on the Internet.
A quick recap of insurance fraud news from the previous 24 hours delivered by e-mail every business day. News items include links to original sources to provide the full story.
Insider reports on developments and trends in legislative and regulatory activities as they relate to insurance fraud. Includes analysis of legislative issues and Q&A with a prominent person involved in the government affairs arena. Published quarterly.
Insider reports on developments and trends in fraud and fraud-fighting in the areas of public outreach, including links to sample outreach efforts by fraud bureaus, insurers, consumer groups and anti-fraud organizations. Published quarterly.
The Journal reveals latest fraud trends, investigates emerging scams, contains notable fraud cases, and offers sometimes-controversial opinions on fraud issues. Posted regularly online throughout the year.
An every-other week compendium of major insurance fraud news in New York State, including links to full-text articles. Published by the New York Alliance Against Insurance Fraud, this e-newsletter is sent every other Wednesday.
Available to Coalition members only. Coalition members have access to arrest and conviction data that have been provided by state fraud bureaus, other law enforcement agencies, court records and culled from media reports. Data is distributed weekly by e-mail in tab-delimited file format. Data fields include: defendant name, city, state, date of arrest, arresting agency, defendant occupation, type of fraud charges, name of prosecutor, prosecutorial jurisdiction, sentence and amount of fraud.
Available to any employee of member organizations. Information in this section includes state fraud laws and regulatory requirements, detailed information on arrests and convictions, order information for free public outreach materials, briefings on key fraud issues, archives to previous Coalition publications, guides on getting publicity for anti-fraud activities, access to 24,000 full-text news articles, membership directory, and a section for board members that includes financial information, board minutes, and other internal reports.