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Fraud and the Intervention Board

Alan Doig (co‐Director of the Unit for the Study of White‐Collar Crime, Liverpool Institute of Public Administration and Management, University of Liverpool)
Mike Graham (Head, Anti‐Fraud Unit, Intervention Board)

Journal of Financial Crime

ISSN: 1359-0790

Article publication date: 1 March 1993

Abstract

The Common Agricultural Policy involves a substantial part of the European Community's multi‐billion pound annual expenditure. Close to the heart of many Member States with their need to respond to demands of the agricultural community, the policy has often resulted in a failure to ensure that effective and adequate means to monitor, scrutinise and police a complex and costly activity are in place. In the UK the Intervention Board has taken the opportunity to develop its own response of an integrated fraud prevention, detection and investigation strategy that is now paying dividends in the protection and policing of the expenditure of public funds.

Citation

Doig, A. and Graham, M. (1993), "Fraud and the Intervention Board", Journal of Financial Crime, Vol. 1 No. 3, pp. 225-233. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb025624

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MCB UP Ltd

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