In contrast to regular police forces, special inspectorates focus on a particular branch of special criminal law. The size and diversity of these special laws is very large and consequently the number of special inspectorates is also large and diverse. The powers and means of action of the special inspectorates are also very diverse. Fraud is one such phenomenon that is studied and investigated by the special inspectorates. It is a form of deception in which things are presented differently from what they are, by giving an incorrect representation of reality on paper or digitally. It is also referred to as fraud.
The aim of the working group “Inspection services and Fraud prevention” is to offer both practical and scientific expertise and reflection on all aspects that are of specific interest to both public and private actors who are somehow involved in preventing or combating special crimes or infringements and fraud. In addition, an attempt will be made to achieve (better) cooperation between the various public actors and between the private and public actors. The implemented government policy will be critically assessed, and possibilities for technological support and innovation within this working domain will be sought. The working group will explore whether there are possibilities for European or international cooperation.
With the field of study “Inspection services and Fraud prevention” the CPS mainly wants to reach members of special and private inspection services. Members of the fraud auditors IFA and ACFE are also regarded as target audiences. In addition, the financial investigators of the federal and local police will also be approached.
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