On 1st November 2017 the NHS Counter Fraud Authority (NHSCFA) came into being, replacing ‘NHS Protect’. The NHSCFA is a Special Health Authority, tasked to lead the fight against fraud, bribery and corruption in the NHS. The NHSCFA has the responsibility for all policy and operational matters relating to the prevention, detection and investigation of fraud and corruption and the management of security in the NHS.
The PwC Fraud Academy is a forum through which members can share knowledge and participate in research to help prevent, detect and investigate fraud and economic crime in all their many forms.
The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (RIPA) provides for, and regulates the use of, a range of investigative powers, by a variety of public authorities.
Action Fraud is the UK’s national reporting centre for fraud and cyber crime where you should report fraud if you have been scammed, defrauded or experienced cyber crime.
The NCA is the UK's lead agency against organised crime, including human, weapon and drug trafficking, cyber crime and economic crime that goes across regional and international borders. The NCA has a strategic role in which it looks at the bigger picture across the UK, analysing how criminals are operating and how they can be disrupted.
A very informative website that provides details of many frauds and scams and offers advice on how to recognise, combat and report them. Particularly good information is available from a crime reduction perspective. If you feel you are the target of a scam, you may well find information about it here!
Public Concern at Work (PCaW) is an independent authority on public interest whistleblowing. PCaW promotes compliance with the law and good practice in organisations across all sectors. In practical terms, PCaW focuses on the responsibility of workers to raise concerns about malpractice and on the accountability of those in charge to investigate and remedy such issues.
The Serious Fraud Office is a government department and is part of the UK criminal justice system. Its aim is to investigate and prosecute serious and complex fraud and so deter fraud and maintain confidence in the probity of business and financial services in the United Kingdom.
This website is designed to provide you with up-to-date information about the Panel and fraud in the United Kingdom
If you think someone is committing benefit fraud it is important that you let us know about it. The National Benefit Fraud Hotline is a confidential way for the public to pass factual information about suspected fraudulent benefit claimants to the Department for Work and Pensions. This includes benefits administered by local authorities.
Get Safe Online will help you protect yourself against internet threats. The site is sponsored by government and leading businesses working together to provide a free, public service.
An official website covering all Police forces in England & Wales with FAQ’s on 500 + common questions the Police receive. Also includes a facility to report minor crime online.