a suitable person (staff member, volunteer or trustee) to champion counter fraud work throughout our organisation.
that all our trustees are aware of their legal duty to protect the charity’s assets.
with staff, volunteers and trustees to identify the types of fraud that threaten us and the ways we can prevent them.
a written fraud policy and share it regularly – with staff, volunteers and trustees – so that everyone understands what fraud is and how they can help prevent it.
checks on the individuals and organisations with whom we have a financial relationship.
each year how well our fraud controls are working, taking into account new risks and making improvements as needed.