Fraud, corruption and bribery in and around public services have become an increasing concern in recent years. The reported
level of fraud and corruption affecting the public sector has remained unacceptably high despite numerous national and international
initiatives intended to tackle these crimes and their consequences. Fraud and Corruption in Public Services is a definitive,
practical guide to the diverse risks that arise in central and local government. There is guidance on civil and criminal law
around fraud, bribery and corruption as well as the national and international governmental measures and initiatives for countering
this form of criminality. Most importantly of all, the book offers advice, practical examples and strategies for preventing
and combating fraud, bribery and corruption. The text is readable, well-informed and intensely practical; illustrated throughout
with real-life examples from the author's 40 year career.