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New York Anti Car Theft and Fraud Association partners with other fraud-fighting organizations and law enforcement agencies for training events.

– The New York Anti Car Theft and Fraud Association (NYACT), New York’s association founded to provide training for insurance and law enforcement personnel to combat vehicle crime and insurance fraud, has announced their 2024 law enforcement and insurance special investigations unit trainings.

NYACT Board of Directors’ Chair, Nichole Soriano, Assistant Vice President Organized Fraud Travelers Investigative Services CIFI, stated “America is facing a surge in claims and the anti-fraud community needs up-to-date training to handle the increase of fraudulent activity and crime.” Each year, NYACT joins forces for joint trainings with National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), New York State Chapter of Special Investigations Units, Inc., New York State Department of Motor Vehicles, in addition to the New York State Police and dozens of local police and sheriff bureaus. NYACT works in cooperation to offer these trainings with New York State Attorney General’s offices, NYS Workers’ Compensation Board, and many other state agencies who are often speakers and featured guests. Soriano added, “This year due to new trends in the fraudulent claim and auto crime arena, it is more important than ever that we provide law enforcement and our insurance members with skills and tactics to not only solve cases and prosecute criminals but to also hopefully prevent crimes against the American public.”

The 2024 Trainings include a three-day Vehicle Crimes Investigation Course for law enforcement only and the Joint NYACT – NICB Medical Fraud Training in April, NYACT’s 2024 Technology Summit in May, the annual Joint NYACT – NICB Workers’ Compensation Fraud Training in June, our summer conference with NYSSIU in July at West Point, and the Fall conference in September at the Turning Stone Resort, a Vehicle Arson Awareness Program in October, and the NYACT Annual State Education Conference and the Advanced Auto Theft Training in November. 

NYACT’s mission is to provide premier training and networking opportunities to update law enforcement and insurance personnel on all aspects of detecting auto-related, medical, and other types of insurance claims fraud, auto theft programs and techniques. Since 1980, NYACT has sponsored hundreds of premier trainings and networking opportunities for thousands of law enforcement, state agencies, and industry personnel throughout New York state.

For more information, contact office@nyact.org

Source: New York Anti Car Theft and Fraud Association

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