By James R. Youngblood
Business robbery and Fraud: Detection and Prevention bargains a huge point of view on business-related robbery, delivering an in depth dialogue of diverse avenues of robbery, together with inner and exterior fraud, geared up retail crime, personal loan fraud, cyber fraud, and extortion. Combining present learn and the author’s broad event with loss prevention and safeguard, this specialist textual content identifies hassle components and provides recommendations to strive against enterprise robbery, akin to easy methods to determine revenues underreporting, tune revenues by means of shifts, and train staff on computer-related fraud.
This booklet is important for these concerned with loss prevention, defense, or felony justice. Business robbery and Fraud’s accessible, franchise-oriented scope can help many pros determine and thwart threats within the evolving enterprise world.
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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.
He has also provided fraud/security/loss prevention presentations for many national and international organizations, including ASIS International (formerly the American Society for Industrial Security), the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, the Institute for International Research, etc. Rick is a current and long-time member of the ASIS Crime and Loss Prevention Council and is also a member of the ASIS Investigations Council. Rick is the author of the book, A Comprehensive Look at Fraud Identification and Prevention, published by CRC Press in April 2015 (ISBN 978-1-4987-0032-0).
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. These theft/fraud losses pertain to incidents that take place from an internal perspective. For varying reasons, business employees and retail store associates choose to commit their theft and fraud activities in small business operations. Based on these statistics, the following questions can be asked: Do small business operations decide not to prosecute internal theft offenders?
Business theft and fraud: detection and prevention by James R. Youngblood