REPORT FRAUD

Anyone can report a suspicion of fraud against Health and Social Care, Northern Ireland using the options available below. Please remember the more information you provide the more thoroughly we can investigate your concern.

All information you provide will be treated with complete confidence and you can remain anonymous if you wish.


How we use your information

When you contact Counter Fraud Services using the HSC Fraud Reporting Line or online reporting form you do not have to provide any information about yourself unless you choose to.

Please remember to provide as much detail as possible about the fraud you are reporting as this may help us investigate matters more quickly and effectively.

There are two ways of reporting that determine how your personal details are handled:

Anonymously

Select this option if you would prefer to remain completely anonymous. We will not ask for your name or contact details and we will not be able to contact you again once you have provided the information.
If you prefer to remain anonymous please ensure you provide as much information about the fraud as possible.

Name and Contact details

Select this option if you have no concerns about your personal details being linked to the information you are providing. This means that your details will be held with the information and made available to the investigating officer. If we need to contact you for further information we will do so by your preferred method of communication.


REPORT FRAUD_HOTLINE    REPORT FRAUD_ONLINE    REPORT FRAUD_POST

REPORT PRESCRIPTION FRAUD

If you are pharmacist, dentist, GP or dispense medication in an Out-of-Hours facility and suspect a patient is fraudulently attempting to obtain prescription medication please click on the appropriate link below for further information and to report the matter to the CFS.

REPORT FMR_PHARMACEUTICAL     REPORT FMR_MEDICAL     REPORT FMR_DENTAL

 

FURTHER OPTIONS

If you have a concern about a fraud which isn't related to Health and Social Care, Northern Ireland e.g. benefit or tax fraud, or you have been the victim of fraud please use the links below for further information.

NHS Counter Fraud Authority (England and Wales)

NHSS Counter Fraud Services (Scotland)

Department of Work and Pensions (Benefit Fraud)

Action Fraud (Internet crime)

Gov.uk (Immigration or Customs crime)

HMRC (Tax evasion)