WASHINGTON -- Banks that suspect criminals are using their institution for money laundering or other crimes will have a new, single form to fill out when they want to report such suspicious behavior.

"It used to be that there were different forms for different regulators," said Peter G. Djinis, director of the Treasury Department's Office of Financial Enforcement. "There is now one form for filing so-called criminal referrals," he said.

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