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Prevention in focus: case studies

This series draws on CCC investigations to highlight specific prevention lessons for public sector managers (including police), staff and others.

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The potential cost of failing to perform duties as a police officer: What you should know

This document seeks to make police more aware of their duties as police officers and the serious consequences they may face if they ignore their obligations to the service and to the public.

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Risks in recruitment — are you adequately vetting your staff: What you should know

This document seeks to help managers, members of selection panels and HR staff in public agencies to be more aware of the dangers of recruiting or promoting people who pose corruption risks, particularly into high-risk positions, and how to use effective vetting processes to minimise those risks.

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Improper access to public sector databases: What you should know

This document describes the risks to public agencies and their staff of incidents of improper access to private information. As well as including a case study, it identifies particular areas of vulnerability and measures to address them.

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Corruption risks involving publicly funded research: What you should know

This document describes the risks to universities and other publicly funded organisations of fraud or attempted fraud in relation to research results and grant applications. As well as including a case study, it identifies particular areas of vulnerability and measures to address them.

Last updated: 31 May 2018

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