The increasing profile given to fraud in the UK led the author to examine how the police forces were responding and whether this differed from the practice in both the private and public sectors. Research, amongst all UK police forces, and some private sector companies and public sector bodies was carried out in 1989. The research examined manpower, training and attitudes, concluding that police forces have a homogeneity of approach despite the separate powers of each Chief Constable; and that future fraud investigation needs to involve a number of disciplines.
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