Building Your Fraud Smart Toolkit
In this part of the book we have considered the way in which indicators of fraud or what are known as red flags can be used to equip the workforce with a valuable tool against fraud. As you are aware, this book is based around the Fraud Smart cycle, which covers five key aspects of helping non-specialists get to grips with fraud at work. This is repeated in Figure 16.1.
This chapter sits within the fourth part of the Fraud Smart cycle, Recognizing Red Flags, and covers the task of helping you improve your personal Fraud Smart toolkit.
KEY LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Let’s return to the learning objectives that were set for this part of the book:
This chapter gives you the chance to reflect on the key conclusions that have been developed in the chapters in this part of the book and how they can become part of your personal development strategy.
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|13.1 A good understanding of the types of areas that can create a gain to the prospective fraudster can be used to help minimize the threat of fraud.||Have a think about aspects of your work area that could be open to abuse by an employee or ...|