Dallas City Hall OIG Investigation

Reward: $10,000
areas of scrutiny: Housing and economic development

According to recent press coverage, multiple sources have reported — off the record — that the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Office of Inspector General has discovered financial wrongdoing in the city of Dallas’ housing and economic development departments.

After a year-long probe into Dallas City Hall, federal investigators have documented the funneling of federal grant money to undocumented community groups for the purpose of building houses. The legally required paperwork for these projects is allegedly nonexistent or falsified.

These groups have received millions of undocumented dollars — leaving the door to corruption wide open as public officials are able to manipulate the funds for self-serving purposes.

If you, or anyone you know are aware of details that could shed light on this case, you could be eligible for a $10,000 dollar cash reward.

 

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Tips directly to Crime Stoppers are anonymous and information that substantively contributes to the prosecution of government-related offenses may be eligible for a reward. Crime Stoppers pays rewards in cash but only to the first person who provides an anonymous, crime-solving tip submitted directly to Crime Stoppers and that concerns information not previously provided to or known by authorities.

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