NICB President and CEO David Glawe and Nassau County District Attorney Anne Donnelly Will Discuss Ways to Solidify and Foster Investigative Efforts
MINEOLA, NY OCTOBER 3, 2022 — The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), the insurance industry's association dedicated to predicting, preventing, and prosecuting insurance crime, is strengthening its longstanding relationship with the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office. NICB President and CEO David Glawe and Nassau County District Attorney Anne Donnelly will meet on Tuesday, October 4 to discuss their partnership and future collaborations as they work to investigate and prosecute offenders.
During the meeting on October 4 in Mineola, Glawe, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Tim Slater, Senior Vice President and General Counsel Pat Martin, and other NICB leadership will meet with Donnelly, Chief Assistant District Attorney, Monica Hickey-Martin, Executive Assistant District Attorney, Rick Whalen, and Bureau Chief, Revenue, Auto, Insurance, Labor Crime, Maureen McCormack. As crime around the U.S. continues to increase, including the highest vehicle theft numbers since 2008 and staggering catalytic converter thefts, New York is following the increasing trend line.
“NICB is grateful for our partnership with the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office,” said NICB President and CEO David Glawe. “After an investigation leaves our hands, we look to the District Attorney to prosecute these criminals in New York.”
“NICB’s fraud and theft investigators are on the ground, nation-wide, helping law enforcement investigate incidents of fraud and supporting prosecutors building criminal cases,” said DA Donnelly. “I look forward to further strengthening our relationship with NICB to continue to fight fraud and crime in Nassau County.”
NICB and the Nassau County District Attorney are looking forward to continuing their valued partnership as they battle the ever-growing crime trends seen in New York. They will continue to work together on crime prevention, find more ways to raise awareness, and prosecuting criminals.
If you believe you have been a victim of fraud, call the NICB at 1-800-TEL-NICB. For additional information, visit NICB’s website, www.NICB.org.