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  • Fraud Prevention and Detection Award - Law Enforcement Individual


  • Category: Security

    The Fraud Prevention and Detection Award – Law Enforcement Individual recognizes an individual who has made a specific contribution to thwart motor vehicle agency-related crime, such as a clerk who recognizes an individual who repeatedly submitted transactions, a technician who detected title fraud, a special agent who discovered odometer fraud, etc. This is an individual award. There will be one law enforcement individual recognized as the Regional winner in each region and of those four, one will be chosen as the International winner.
      

    For specific questions regarding awards and submissions, please contact Freshta Rosario


    Selection Criteria

    • Individual’s identified fraud or attempted fraud that led to further actions to decrease fraud and/or the apprehension of the perpetrators
    • Individual’s actions were “above and beyond” normal job duties
    • Outcomes were measurable
          

    Eligibility
    AAMVA’s Awards Program is open to all AAMVA jurisdiction members that are in good standing. Entries submitted for the 2020 Awards must have been conducted (produced, implemented, and/or developed) between October 1, 2018 and September 30, 2019. If an entry won an award in 2019, it cannot be resubmitted for 2020 unless it has major upgrades or developments.


                        
    2019 FRAUD PREVENTION AND DETECTION AWARD –  LAW  ENFORCEMENT INDIVIDUAL WINNERS
       

    INTERNATIONAL WINNER and REGIONAL WINNER
    Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles | Sid Yardley, Motor Vehicle Fraud Investigator

    REGIONAL WINNER
    Georgia Department of Driver Services | Karen Brooks, Investigator II, Office of Investigations


    Download a complete list of the 2019 award winners


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