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Mandating the Measurement of Fraud

Legislating against Loss

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  • © 2014


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This project examines the concept of fraud loss measurement by critiquing existing measurement methodologies, and argues for the mandating of fraud loss measurement by enforced self regulation, the creation of a British Standard of fraud loss measurement, and the establishment of an information exchange matrix to develop best practice.

About the author

Martin Tunley is an academic criminologist based at the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies (ICJS), University of Portsmouth, UK, where he directs the BSc (Hons) programme in Counter Fraud and Criminal Justice Studies and the MSc Programme in Counter Fraud and Counter Corruption Studies. He has published in academic journals on fraud measurement and benefits fraud. Martin serves on the editorial board of the Internet Journal of Criminology, and is Deputy Head of Secretariat of the Counter Fraud Professional Accreditation Board.

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