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  • 16 Feb 2015 7:35 PM | Anonymous member

     This document is a list of the prescribed persons and bodies who you can make a disclosure to. There is also a brief description about the matters you can report to each prescribed person


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  • 12 Feb 2015 1:18 PM | Anonymous member

    PKF Littlejohn published a new report – ‘The Financial Cost of Fraud Report 2015' - with the Centre for Counter Fraud Studies at University of Portsmouth revealing that self-interest is to blame for an 18 per cent fraud increase in 2012-13 compared to 2010-11, and £2.8 trillion is lost globally to fraud and mistakes.


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  • 27 Jan 2015 11:54 AM | Anonymous member

    While reliable national data are limited, some indication of demand on police forces in England and Wales and how this might be changing is possible. There is some consistency across data sources to support the suggestion that while recorded crime has reduced, demand on the police has grown in other ways.


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  • 23 Jan 2015 1:51 PM | Anonymous member

    The Annual BRC Retail Crime Survey provides valuable evidence about the impact of crime on UK retailers. A broad range of retailers participate in the survey, from large multiples to smaller retailers, representing around half of the retail sector by turnover.

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  • 18 Jan 2015 2:27 PM | Anonymous member

    The data for 2014 starkly illustrated that fraudsters relied on, and abused, positions of authority or respectability in order to target individuals and businesses. For the victims, it appeared that people were too often willing to operate on blind trust when dealing with individuals in such positions, rather than employing a healthy sense of scepticism. A strong ethical culture inside an organisation is a critical defence to combating fraud.


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