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Charity Fraud Seminar

January 31, 2018 @ 12:30 pm - 5:00 pm

- Free

Seminar Synopsis

Like any other sector, charities are not immune to criminal abuse from fraudsters. Fraud poses a serious risk to valuable funds and sensitive data, and can damage the good reputation of charities, affecting public trust and confidence in the sector as a whole.

Fraud is dishonesty, involving either:

  • false representation, for example identity fraud
  • failing to disclose information
  • abuse of position to make a gain or cause loss to another

Fraud is the most reported crime in the UK. According to the Office for National Statistics, an individual in the UK is 10 times more likely to be a victim of fraud than theft. The charity sector is no different.

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THIS EVENT IS FREE TO ALL ATTENDEES – if you would like to attend please complete the registration form.

The seminar is being held in conjunction with Teesside University, Cleveland Police, NERSOU.

This will be a half day event – full timings and timetable will be posted soon.  Refreshments and catering will be supplied and there will also be an opportunity for networking at the end of the event

The areas we will cover in this event will be:

Fraud and Dementia

Durham Constabulary Tell2 campaign – A problem solving approach to tackle the wide variety of frauds and protect around the 5 key enablers:  Telephone, Internet, Mobile phones, Doorstep, Letterbox

Cleveland Police will cover –  due diligence/kyc regarding charity employees (CEO’s etc) and real time case studies

NERSOU – cyber crime and security

A section on fraud and the common pitfalls seen by forensic accountants.

A session on ‘why managers fail to spot fraud’.

Details

Date:
January 31, 2018
Time:
12:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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Organizer

John Heslop

Venue

Teesside University
The Curve Building
Middlesbrough,Tees ValleyTS1 3BXUnited Kingdom
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Website:
https://www.tees.ac.uk/

Who's Attending

23 people are attending Charity Fraud Seminar

  • David Balme
  • Louise Notman
  • Paul van Schaik
  • nicola myers
  • Neil Brabbs
  • Kathryn Cardose
  • Anna Urbanowicz
  • Carole Wilson
  • Sarah Blythe
  • Chris Carrick
  • Tim Gray
  • Kim May
  • Lynn Wrightson
  • Harriet Prescott
  • David Richardson
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