This CD was produced by the National White Collar Crime Center to counter the large degree of misinformation and public misperceptions on the problem of insurance fraud. The CD contains nine sections: Overview, Case study, Tips for convictions, Fraud schemes, Fraud Interdiction programs, Agent of the government, White collar crime connections, Resources, and Statutes. The first section presents an overview of the problem of insurance fraud, while the second section contains a summary and documents on an actual case of insurance fraud. The third section contains helpful tips that can be used for the successful prosecution and conviction of persons accused of insurance fraud. The fourth section describes 14 specific types of insurance fraud, while the fifth section discusses the Fraud Interdiction Program developed in 2004 by the Los Angeles County District Attorney. The sixth section contains information on the agent of the government issue, while the seventh section presents papers on six crimes that are often committed in conjunction with insurance fraud. These crimes include money laundering, health care fraud, credit card fraud, disaster fraud, identity theft, and organized crime. The eight section of the CD provides links to resources for use by prosecutors investigating cases of insurance fraud, while the final section of the CD provides links to State specific insurance fraud statutes.