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The ‘frauditor’ at work

Fraud Intelligence

The ‘frauditor’ at work

A forensic internal audit function is acost-effective alternative to the policing of internal and contractor fraud inthe public sector, argues Peter Tickner . In the second of two articles, heexplains how this played out at the United Kingdom’s Metropolitan Police Servicein the case of some morally lax linguists.

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