From today people will be able to use the internet to report suspicions of fraud. Filling out a simple on-line form is all it takes.
As Mr Rooker logged on to the new internet reporting page he said, 'Fraudsters are stealing from us all - over£80 a year is lost to every household in this country as a direct result of people cheating the system.
'The public does not deserve to be ripped off by these criminals. The government is clamping down on them and the public is supporting us.
The internet reporting form can be found at the 'targeting fraud' website at www.targetingfraud.gov.uk.
People using the new internet service will be able to remain anonymous, and the information they submit using the form will remain confidential.
People who do not have access to the internet or who prefer to talk directly to staff will still be able to call the national benefit fraud hotline on 0800 854440.
The national benefit fraud hotline was launched in 1996.