Changes to the Georgia Prosecutors' Welfare Fraud Prosecution Program

The notification letters used in TANF/SNAP fraud (formerly known as food stamp fraud) cases to schedule appointments with welfare benefits recipients who are suspected of having committed fraud by not reporting income, have been revised so that they comply with the requirements of the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct (GRPC). All offices who participate in the Welfare Fraud Prosecution Program must replace Forms 3 and 4 (Written Notice of Welfare Program Violation) with the letters below immediately.

Additional information concerning changes to the notification letters is being sent to each participating office.
 

Form Letter: First Notice of Welfare Fraud Violation (2011)
Form Letter: Second Notice of Welfare Fraud Violation (2011)

For further information, contact Chuck Olson at PAC.