Service Tree

The Service Tree lists all services in "branched" groups, starting with the very general and moving to the very specific. Click on the name of any group name to see the sub-groups available within it. Click on a service code to see its details and the providers who offer that service.

Bad Check Reporting

Law enforcement programs (and others) that accept reports regarding bad checks, investigate the situation and arrest and file charges against perpetrators or, if they qualify, allow them to be temporarily diverted from prosecution while given an opportunity to make good on the check. Some programs attempt to recover lost money. Bad checks are checks written by a person with a legitimate bank account that either has insufficient funds or has been closed. Check fraud is subject to both civil and criminal penalties in most states.

Drug Crime Reporting

Programs that provide a hotline, website or other mechanisms that the public can use to anonymously report information about the activities of individuals who are dealing in narcotics which might facilitate their arrest and conviction.

General Crime Reporting

Programs that provide a hotline, website or other mechanism that people can use to report any of a wide variety of crimes rather than specializing in reports regarding a particular type of criminal activity.

Insurance Fraud Reporting

Programs that provide a hotline, website or other mechanisms that the public can use to report, usually anonymously, individuals who have made false statements or otherwise intentionally misrepresented the facts surrounding an injury or loss in order to receive or increase the amount of compensation they will receive based on an insurance policy. Also included are programs that accept reports of fraudulent claims submitted by health care providers, pharmacies, auto repair shops and other parties that are providing services for insured individuals and using their insurance as a means of payment.

Social Security Fraud Reporting

Programs that provide a hotline, website or other mechanisms the public can use to anonymously report fraud, waste, and abuse within Social Security Administration (SSA) programs and operations. Examples of Social Security fraud include concealing material facts or events that affect eligibility for benefits, making false statements on a benefits claim form, misuse of benefits by a representative payee, buying or selling Social Security cards or SSA information, crimes involving SSA employees, scams involving impersonation of an SSA employee, fraud or misuse of grant or contracting funds or other types of illegal activities involving Social Security.

Welfare Fraud Reporting

Programs that provide a hotline, website or other mechanisms that the public can use to anonymously report suspected cases of fraud involving TANF, Food Stamps, General Relief or other public assistance programs.

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