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The national whistleblowing charity has begun a public consultation exercise to help it establish whether the current law and legal protections are fit for purpose.
CIFAS has released (4th April) Staff Fraudscape: a 38-page report that analyses the insider or staff frauds recorded by the Members of the CIFAS Staff Fraud Database during 2012 and the reasons behind the 43% increase recorded.
The travel website, has introduced a crackdown on fraudulent reviews by borrowing techniques from the finance industry, as part of an effort to maintain trust in its hotel, restaurant and attraction recommendations.
A commission is to look at how laws, rules and public attitudes should be changed to encourage employees and customers to speak out.
An anonymous tip-off led to a Luton father and son being jailed for fraud. Zulfiqar Ali Shah and his son Alqar Ali Shah were convicted in connection with benefit scams totalling more than £84,000.
Hundreds of thousands of pounds of suspected frauds have been reported in the first month of a new crime reporting service. Sussex residents reported £413,000 of suspected fraudulent activity in just one month of the Action Fraud system going live.
A chief executive who blew the whistle on a £1 billion fraud is to tell his story in Nottingham.
The balancing act that has to be struck for CCTV -- between the need to enhance public space safety, and at the same time, safeguard privacies -- is far from an easy task, but those two outcomes are not mutually exclusive.
Whistleblowing legislation is to be overhauled and a government consultation held to investigate whether the Public Interest Disclosure Act (Pida) 1998 is failing to protect those who speak out from being victimised, harassed and even sacked by their employers.
CIFAS has reported a 43% overall increase in the number of staff frauds recorded in 2012 when compared to 2011.
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