Counter Fraud, Bribery and Corruption
Explain the crime of fraud and associated offending, its impact and why fraud must be prevented
Identify the most prevalent types of fraud abuse against government
Describe how to report a suspected act of fraud, bribery or corruption
Cross Civil Service
A fraud perpetrated against a public body is never a victimless crime. Those who rely on government services, such as the elderly, the vulnerable, the sick and the disadvantaged, are often the ones most harmed directly or indirectly by fraud. Bribery and corruption can have a similarly devastating impact on public services, diminishing trust in government and public institutions and undermining the rule of law.
This digital course is designed to help protect taxpayers’ money by raising awareness of what constitutes fraud, bribery and corruption, the impact it can have and how to minimise the risk of it occurring. As well as exploring the motivations for indulging in fraud, bribery and corruption, the course contains real-life examples of such activity and the significant effect it can have.
Please refer to the course flyer for a full description of the learning.
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