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The Charity Commission has published refreshed guidance on whistleblowing and reporting incidences of serious harm, including safeguarding and reputational concerns.
During fraud awareness week we’ll be helping the charity sector become more resilient to fraud.
Complaints have been made about alleged improper use of funds raised at a charity day in Nuneaton
The USPCA's high-profile former chief executive has pleaded guilty to using his position to defraud the animal charity over a seven-year period.
Fundraiser has been convicted of two counts of fraud after pocketing cash collected for the young son of murdered soldier Lee Rigby.
Charity Fraud Awareness Week promotes openness and honesty about fraud. It brings together everyone involved in the charity and not-for-profit sectors to raise awareness and share good practice in tackling fraud and financial crime.
A fundraiser from Medbourne near Market Harborough, has appeared in court accused of spending cash meant for murdered Lee Rigby's son
A college was duped out of hundreds of thousands of pounds, a training charity was forced to shut and jobs were lost as a result of a sophisticated fraud by three trusted workers.
The Lurgan woman pleaded guilty to two charges of theft, one count of false accounting and two counts of fraud by abuse of position at Craigavon Magistrates’ earlier this month.
A dog charity fleeced of thousands by an “evil” conwoman is desperate for funds to keep helping pups.
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