Fighting Fraud and Corruption Locally Conference 2020
We are currently working to rearrange the Fighting Fraud and Corruption Locally conference early next year.
What to expect on the day:
- Discussion of how Local Authorites are implenting the Strategy
- Feedback on research and themes
- Streams of activity going forward into 2020: working groups and the regional network
- The Joint Fraud Taskforce
- Breakout groups on areas of the new strategy, opportunities to get involved, last year’s award winners
- Information on pilots and projects
To book please email email@example.com. Please note only local authority employees can attended.
Fighting Fraud and Corruption Locally awards 2020
The FFCL Awards take place every year and recognise the hard work and innovative approach that Local Authorities in the UK take to prevent fraud. In 2020, the awards attracted a high number of excellent entries, and the virtual ceremony took place on 14 December.
The winners were:
The Acknowledge Award is sponsored by Grant Thornton, and recognises the importance of acknowledging and pro-actively managing fraud risks in local government in order to prevent and detect fraud losses.
The winner of the award was Suffolk County Council.
The Prevent Award is sponsored by Cifas, and acknowledges new or existing innovative collaborations - either between local authorities or between local authorities and external partners.
The winner was Peter Miles from Rochford District Council.
The Pursue Award is sponsored by Intelligencia, and recognises the outstanding work by local authorities in detecting and investigating fraud on a day to day basis.
The winner was Bristol City Council for their Tenancy Fraud and Abuse work.
The Judges Award sponsored by Appen.
The winner was Andrew Faulkener from Brent Council.
Congratulations to all our winners and runners up, and we look forward to seeing you all in 2021.