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CSUG White Collar Crime Research Task Force

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Colorado State University Global (CSU Global) and the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud (CAIF) created an exclusive partnership in order to analyze CAIF data on fraud prosecutions. The CSU Global White Collar Crime Research Task Force (WCCRTF) was developed as the academic arm that performed the research study. The WCCRTF team consists of Program Chair Dr. Michael Skiba; faculty members Dr. Greg Koehle, Dr. Kim Miller, and Dr. Kathleen Mitchell; and CSU Global students Amanda Skidd and Alison Golwick.

Dr. Michael Skiba, Amanda Skidd, and Alison Golwick attended the CAIF's annual board meeting on Dec. 17, in Washington DC, and presented the seminal findings from the WCCRTF study. Findings included the need for an accurate and consistent definition of the term ‘fraud’ and how mandatory fraud reporting affects fraud statistics. The CAIF board meeting gathered over 200 of the top white collar crime experts in the nation.

Pictured from left - Dr. Michael Skiba, Amanda Skidd and Alison Golwick

(Pictured from left) Dr. Michael Skiba, Amanda Skidd and Alison Golwick presenting findings of the WCCRTF study in Washington DC.

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