Can Police Look Up Insurance?

Can police look up insurance? It’s a question that we get asked a lot, and it’s one that doesn’t have a straightforward answer. In short, the answer is yes and no. Here’s a closer look at how law enforcement can access insurance information and what they can do with it.

What is the National Insurance Crime Bureau?

The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) is a not-for-profit organization that is supported by more than 1,000 property and casualty insurance companies and self-insured organizations. NICB’s mission is to lead the insurance industry in combating insurance fraud and vehicle theft through data analytics, investigations, training, legislative advocacy and public awareness.

NICB was founded in 1992 in response to the growing problem of insurance fraud. Today, insurance fraud costs the industry billions of dollars each year. Fraudulent claims not only drive up the cost of premiums for everyone, but they also can result in higher out-of-pocket costs for policyholders.

NICB’s data analytics team uses cutting-edge technology to identify trends and patterns in insurance fraud so that we can investigate and prosecute those who commit these crimes. Our investigative team works closely with law enforcement partners across the country to bring criminals to justice.

We also offer a wide range of training programs for law enforcement, insurers and others designed to help detect and prevent insurance fraud. In addition, we work with state and federal lawmakers to support legislation that will make it tougher for criminals to commit insurance fraud and help hold them accountable when they do.

Finally, we raise public awareness about the impact of insurance fraud through our award-winning advertising campaign, “See Fraud. Stop Fraud.” We also partner with news media outlets across the country to educate their audiences about this issue.

How does the NICB help law enforcement with insurance information?

The NICB is a national organization that provides information to help law enforcement with insurance-related crimes. They offer a variety of resources, including an insurance fraud hotline, training, and data services. The NICB also works with law enforcement to investigate and prosecute insurance fraud cases.

What other resources are available to police when investigating insurance fraud?

There are a few other resources that police can use when investigating insurance fraud. One is the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB). The NICB is a nonprofit organization that works with insurers and law enforcement to help fight insurance crime. They have a database of known fraudsters and their modus operandi, which can be helpful for investigations.

Another resource is the Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB). The IFB is a UK-based organization that collects data on insurance fraud and works with insurers to help prevent it. They also have a database of known fraudsters which can be accessed by law enforcement.

Finally, many insurers have their own special investigative units (SIUs) which look into possible fraud. These SIUs often have access to databases of known fraudsters as well as other resources that can help with investigations.


In short, yes, police officers can look up your insurance information. However, they generally only do this if you have been involved in a traffic accident or if they pull you over for a traffic violation. If you are ever pulled over by the police, it is always best to be cooperative and provide them with any information they request.