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The Connecticut Department of Labor (CTDOL) and Chief State’s Attorney’s Office on June 28, 2013 announced a new partnership to help combat unemployment insurance fraud. The partnership has resulted in establishment of the Unemployment Compensation Fraud Unit in the state’s Division of Criminal Justice. Two inspectors and a prosecutor work with CTDOL to identify cases of deliberate fraud and then obtain arrest warrants following a thorough investigation.

Department of Labor Deputy Commissioner Dennis C. Murphy explains the program

Department of Labor Deputy Commissioner Dennis C. Murphy explains the program.

 

Department of Labor Commissioner Sharon M. Palmer responds to a question about the new partnership 

Department of Labor Commissioner Sharon M. Palmer responds to a question about the new partnership.

 

Chief State’s Attorney Kevin Kane outlines the penalties that can be assessed to individuals or employers that commit unemployment insurance fraud 

Chief State’s Attorney Kevin Kane outlines the penalties that can be assessed to individuals or employers that commit unemployment insurance fraud.

 

Labor Commissioner Sharon Palmer (left) with Christine Paquette and Daryle Dudzinski of the Labor Department’s Unemployment Compensation Unit answer questions along with prosecutor Marcia Pillsbury (right)

Labor Commissioner Sharon Palmer (left) with Christine Paquette and Daryle Dudzinski of the Labor Department’s Unemployment Compensation Unit answer questions along with prosecutor Marcia Pillsbury (right).
 

 

 


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