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The Supporting Vulnerable Tenants in Social Housing Conference 2024

The Supporting Vulnerable Tenants in Social Housing Conference 2024

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The Youth Justice Conference 2024: Improving Outcomes Through Multi-Agency Working

The Youth Justice Conference 2024: Improving Outcomes Through Multi-Agency Working

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The National Clinical Audit Event 2024: Driving Quality Improvements in Patient Care

The National Clinical Audit Event 2024: Driving Quality Improvements in Patient Care

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The Adult Safeguarding Conference 2024

The Adult Safeguarding Conference 2024

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The Allyship in the Workplace Conference 2024

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Government Update: The Fraud Strategy

Fraud is one of the most common crimes in England and Wales, with cases accounting for more than 40% of all crimes reported. This government update outlines some of the key points in the Fraud Strategy which aims to reduce the number of cases by 10% on 2019 levels before the beginning of 2025.

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The Night-Time Safety Conference 2023: Ensuring a Safer Night-Time Economy for All

The Night-Time Safety Conference 2023: Ensuring a Safer Night-Time Economy for All

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Drawing on Legislation to Support Local Government in the Fight Against Online Fraud

In this post Dr Lucian Tipi, Head of Teaching and Learning Enhancement of the College of Business, Technology and Engineering at Sheffield Hallam University, discusses what UK and International legislation is in place to help support local Authorities in tackling online fraud.

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In Conversation with Dr Lucian Tipi: How can the Public Sector be Better Equipped to Tackle Fraud

It is estimated that fraud and error during the pandemic will end up costing the UK Government between £1.3 and £7.9 billion, due to fraudsters exploiting faults in financial support schemes. We spoke to Dr Lucian Tipi from Sheffield Hallam University about ways that the public sector can strengthen their defences against fraud.

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Understanding our Emotional Response to Fraud

Fraud can evoke a whole host of emotions, taking a psychological approach to public perceptions of economic crime can go a long way when tackling fraudsters. Paul Maskall of UK Finance spoke at The Counter Fraud Conference 2021 about emotional intuition and our perception of risk and fraud.

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