The Fraud Unit is a part of the Criminal Investigation Division. The cases investigated by this unit include but are not limited to: Embezzlement, Forgery, Theft, Scams, Checks, Credit Cards, Cyber Crimes, Identity Theft, and various types of Counterfeiting to include checks, credit cards and merchandise. This unit works closely with State and Federal Law Enforcement Agencies. It also has a working relationship with all major Banks, Credit Unions, and other Financial Institutions
Some cases assigned to this Unit are easily prosecuted in criminal court, while others may fall into a "Civil" category. Questions may be directed to a detective by calling the Unit directly at 615-862-7594. To file a police report, call 615-862-8600.
The detectives in this Unit are committed to a pro-active approach to preventing fraud in Davidson County. When time and work load permits they are available to answer questions and speak at community / business functions.
Click to here to listen to Fraud Unit Sergeant Michael Warren discuss common scams and fraud concerns, courtesy Mix 92.9.
Report Western Union Fraud
If Scammers had you pay them via Western Union, you can now file a claim to get money back. For more information, visit Federal Trade Commission: Western Union Refunds
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