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About this product
- Author(s)Peter Tickner
- PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd
- Date of Publication28/09/2015
- GenreSocial Issues, Services & Welfare
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintGower Publishing Ltd
- Content NoteIncludes 9 b&w illustrations
- Weight850 g
- Width174 mm
- Height246 mm
- Table Of ContentsContents: Foreword, The Lord Paddick; Preface. Part I Fraud and Corruption in Context: Fraud and corruption affecting the public sector; The scale of the problem; Fraud and corruption legislation in the UK; Fraud and corruption legislation in selected major countries with legal systems based on English Common Law and with English as the official language; Case study exemplars on UK legislation. Part II Counter-Fraud Measures and Initiatives: Measures to prevent fraud and corruption: central initiatives; Measures to prevent fraud and corruption: local government, the NHS and other related public services; Counter fraud measures and their effectiveness. Part III Fraud and Corruption Cases: UK case studies tackling fraud and corruption; Case studies in the US and Canadian public sector tackling fraud and corruption. Part IV Public Sector Fraud Risks in Practice: Procurement: the biggest risk; Running costs and facilities management - including works and shared services; Payroll and pensions - including overtime and allowances; Income, liquid assets and cash fraud and corruption. Part V Dealing with Fraud and Corruption: Tackling fraud and corruption in the public sector; Corruption at the top. Part VI The Way Forward: Corporate governance, concluding thoughts and next steps. Appendices; Index.
- Author BiographyPeter Tickner has a Masters Degree from City University Business School (in Internal Auditing and Management), he is a Fellow and Chartered member of the Institute of Internal Auditors and a member and director of the Institute of Counter Fraud Specialists. Peter started his professional auditing and investigating career as an external auditor in the National Health Service in the 1970s. He was appointed Head of Internal Audit at Her Majesty's Treasury in February 1988. In 1995 Peter left the Treasury on appointment as the Director of Internal Audit for the Metropolitan Police in London, a post he held until early retirement in 2009. While at the Metropolitan Police, Peter set up and ran a highly successful investigation team looking at internal and contractor fraud and corruption.
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