Fugitives Wanted by OIG
Ever found yourself calling the police because you hired a moving company that has either scammed you out of thousands or never completed your shipment? Being a victim of moving fraud is no fun and the Office of Inspector General wants to do everything they can to help.
The Office of Inspector General has created a website aimed at finding individuals charged with transportation related crimes that have fled their jurisdiction. Some defendants have fled to avoid prosecution or to serve out their sentence. OIG’s Office of Investigations mission is to ensure a safe, efficient, and effective transportation system.
If you would like to report alleged fraudulent activity, you can call the OIG Hotline 24/7. They can be reached by phone, email, snail mail, or through their online form. All information is kept confidential and anonymous.
Issues that should be reported
- *Contract, Procurement, and Grant Fraud
- *Household Goods Fraud
- *Environment, Health, and Safety Violations
- *Computer Crimes
- *Product Substitution and Suspect/Counterfeit Parts
- *Bribery, Kickbacks, and Gratuities
- *False Statements and False Claims
- *Conflicts of Interest and Ethics Violations
- *Travel Fraud
- *Theft and/or Abuse of Government Property
- *Stimulus Abuse: American Recovery and Investment Act of 2009 (ARRA) violations
- *Violation(s) of Criminal Law and/or the Civil False Claims Act in Connection with a Federal Contract
- *Other Violations of Federal Laws and Regulations
Online OIG Hotline Complaint Form
Call 1-800-424-9071 (toll free).
E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Mail to: DOT Inspector General, 1200 New Jersey Ave SE, West Bldg 7th Floor, Washington, DC 20590