Two new tools in surveillance technology are joining the fight against no-fault insurance fraud in New York City, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau.

AutoOne Insurance Co., of Melville, N.Y., has donated two recording and monitoring devices to the NICB for use by detectives in the New York City Police Department’s Fraudulent Accident Investigation Squad. The devices will be deployed in the squad’s undercover investigations of medical mills and other organized criminal operations engaged in insurance fraud in the metropolitan area.

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