RICK SCOTT GOVERNOR WHEREAS, fraud is an increasingly expensive burden on victims and our state; and WHEREAS, the cost of fraud diverts resources away from legitimate businesses, state services, law enforcement, the justice system, and local emergency services; and WHEREAS, … Continue reading Fraud Awareness Week in Florida
Duke University has recently come under fire after a whistleblower contended that Duke and some of its professors used phony data to fraudulently obtain federal research grants. The claim also alleges they ignored warning signs about the work of Erin … Continue reading A Truth About Fraud – Someone Usually Knows
This past fiscal year has been a busy one for the Office of Inspector General Investigations Section. We received 235 complaints and have been actively engaged in several significant fraud investigations with law enforcement partners. Often these fraud investigations are … Continue reading Fraud Detection is Everyone’s Business
Given the right circumstances, good people can get caught up in some very bad things. More often than not, psychology is to blame. When it comes to unethical behavior, good people don’t tend to go right off the deep end … Continue reading 14 Psychological Forces That Make Good People Do Bad Things
Suspects and witnesses often reveal more than they intend through their choices of words. Here are ways to detect possible deception in written and oral statements. The manager of a fast food restaurant calls the police late at night to … Continue reading The 10 Tell-Tale Signs of Deception
Explore how pressure, opportunity and rationalization — called the Fraud Triangle — can come together to influence an individual to commit fraud. To view more videos like this, click HERE. Continue reading Why Do People Commit Fraud?
Dive into what similarities fraudsters have, such as age, gender, tenure at a company and more. To view more videos like this, click HERE. Continue reading What Does a Fraudster Look Like?
New Jersey Business Owner Pleads Guilty to Attempted Bribery of DBE Official On October 16, 2017, Abboud Wali pleaded guilty to conspiracy and bribery charges for his role in an attempted scheme to bribe a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) specialist … Continue reading US DOT News