NW Insurance Council is a non-profit,
public-education and media relations trade association, funded
by member insurance companies. Its mission is to foster knowledge and
awareness of insurance issues among consumers, lawmakers and
Council participates in numerous projects to assist the public
in better understanding the value of insurance and how insurance
works. A key part of the council's mission is helping insurers,
fire and law enforcement stop and reduce insurance crimes
such as arson, insurance fraud and auto theft.
the Insurance Fund Foundation, NW Insurance Council takes
an active role in promoting safety and security by funding
important initiatives and organizations like the Arson Alarm
Foundation and funding vital citizens-based awards funds across
In Washington, NW Insurance Council offers a $10,000 Arson
Awards Fund through the Arson
Alarm Foundation. The council also offers a $5,000 Arson
Awards Fund in Oregon in partnership with the International
Association of Arson Investigators (IAAI)/OR Chapter.
In Idaho, the council offers a $5,000 Arson Awards Fund through
State Fire Marshal's Office. Citizens who step forward with
information that helps investigators track down and arrest
arsonists are eligible to receive monetary awards.
NW Insurance Council also offers a $5,000 Northwest Insurance
Fraud Awards Fund for citizens who report tips to authorities
about people committing insurance fraud.