Fraud Squad


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Fraud Squad

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Britain) the department of a police force that is concerned with criminal fraud
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Fraud Squad

n (Brit Police) → Betrugsdezernat nt
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The only way to ensure basic honesty in banking is to insist on a resident fraud squad detective - and even then you still couldn't.
During my 10 years on the fraud squad I worked on two cases with the Serious Fraud Office in London.
UNW forensics services team head Mr Loveday said: "Convictions for complex frauds of this type, involving highly trusted members of senior management, are not necessarily easy to secure because the police don't always have the time and fraud squad resources have been severely reduced due to recent cuts.
FRAUD SQUAD Thur ITV 9pm NEW SERIES Fraud is big business and this series follows the dedicated task force who want to put a stop to it.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Israel's fraud squad recommended that former Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi Yona Metzger be charged with taking bribes, money laundering and other crimes.
The man, in his 30s, was arrested on Friday following a fraud squad swoop in the Crumlin area.
A FORMER police chief yesterday welcomed a fraud squad inquiry into a health board's "cover-up" over the deaths of 20 patients.
It followed a three-year investigation by fraud squad officers into two companies, called Training Options UK Ltd and FE Options Ltd.
The university has joined forces with The Fraud Company, led by retired head of West Midlands Police Fraud Squad, David Churchill, to develop the qualification The course content is designed not only for law enforcement investigators, but also people from business, finance, accounting or audit backgrounds.
According to the Queensland fraud squad, children are the new targets for organised crime gangs because they share too much about their personal lives on social networking sites.
Fraud Squad (ITV1 Wales, Friday, 9pm) * SOME people may think of fraud as a white-collar crime, where the victims are faceless corporations who can afford to take the hit.
In the current climate of suspicion he may open his door one day and find two of Strathclyde's finest there on Fraud Squad business.