Oct 07, 2015

Citing fraud 'crisis,' Scott's jobs guru wants to create police unit | Tampa Bay Times

Gov. Rick Scott's jobs guru, Jesse Panuccio, wants more money from the Legislature to create a police unit in his Department of Economic Opportunity to fight what he calls a "crisis" in unemployment assistance fraud in Florida. DEO's budget proposal includes $3.5 million for fraud prevention and detection including a "fraud criminal investigation unit" with three sworn officers and three...

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