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A 42 year old woman and ex-employee of Yorkshire Cancer Research, is charged with fraud against the charity
Fraud is a serious threat to every organisation, charities included. With reported fraud increasing at an alarming rate it is vital for charities of all shapes and sizes to protect their income and assets by building strong defences.
A Shrewsbury social club steward has been jailed for two years for pocketing more than £78,000 - some of the cash was spent on holidays.
A former RSPCA boss in Shropshire has admitted stealing more than £180,000 from the charity.
Find out how to blow the whistle to the charity regulators with this short practical guide.
Office worker who forged his boss's signature on cheques to steal £214,000 from leisure charity to fund his 'high-end lifestyle' and buy a £10,000 Jaguar is jailed for four years
Learn from one charity’s experience of insider fraud about how to put prevention into practice with the Charity Commission and Amnesty International in this short pre-recorded webinar.
The latest Annual Fraud Indicator estimated fraud against charities in the UK at £2.3 billion in 2017. Against this backdrop, OSCR’s recent guidance on reducing fraud risks is welcome.
A former chairman of the Shropshire branch of the RSPCA has appeared in court over allegations that he stole more than £180,000 from the charity.
During fraud awareness week the Charity Commission will be helping the charity sector become more resilient to fraud.
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