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Published 12 February 2015
The Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) teamed up with the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) to share intelligence with the aim to target criminal activity. According to the IFB, the scheme has been so successful that the partnership is going to be reviewed and renewed.
IFB head of Intelligence said that:
“As the IFB extends its remit over the next five years to manage organised fraud across all product lines, this agreement with ACPO is an important tool for the IFB and its integral role within the insurance industry’s counter-fraud strategy.”
According to the IFB's press release, the organisation has worked with the police to bring over 1,000 arrests.
Please click here to view the IFB press release.
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