By James R. Youngblood
Business robbery and Fraud: Detection and Prevention deals a vast viewpoint on business-related robbery, offering a close dialogue of diverse avenues of robbery, together with inner and exterior fraud, geared up retail crime, loan fraud, cyber fraud, and extortion. Combining present examine and the author’s huge event with loss prevention and defense, this expert textual content identifies hassle components and gives suggestions to strive against company robbery, similar to the best way to establish revenues underreporting, song revenues via shifts, and teach staff on computer-related fraud.
This e-book is important for these concerned with loss prevention, protection, or felony justice. Business robbery and Fraud’s accessible, franchise-oriented scope may help many execs establish and thwart threats within the evolving company world.
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Many large business operations establish oversight as part of their daily functions. Staffing and verification policies are created in an effort to prevent theft-/fraud-related losses: These operations establish a two-person rule policy for all accounts payable decisions. Prior to payments being made, the decision has to be approved by more than one associate. Once approved, a third employee makes the payment. These operations also establish job rotation policies. With a job rotation policy, employees move from one position to another.
The rationale behind prosecuting or not prosecuting employees who steal is up to the individual business, the offense committed by the employee, the type and amount of the loss, and the available evidence. In order to prosecute a case of theft/fraud, the victimized organization has to gather the available evidence and present the case to law enforcement. It is then up to the law enforcement agency and the prosecutor to determine if sufficient evidence exists to bring a case to trial. Restitution also comes into play for business operations that suffer a monetary loss due to employee theft/fraud.
Four out of every five victimized organizations had fewer than 100 employees. More than half of the victimized businesses had fewer than 25 employees. Over 40% of the losses took place in the finance/accounting section of the business operation. Women accounted for 78% of the incidents. Men accounted for 22% of the incidents. , are at a higher risk for internal theft/fraud. Other affected business entities are unions, municipal offices, nonprofit organizations, etc. . Based on the study information referenced, small businesses bear the brunt of overall theft/fraud losses.