Council’s anti-fraud drive detects £10K

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Anti-fraud initiatives carried out by Nottinghamshire County Council led to more than £10,000 being detected.

The Audit Commission’s annual review of the authority’s performance during 2012-13 showed it uncovered three cases of fraud at the council during the year, involving a total of £10,900.

The figure represents just 0.02 per cent of the council’s £500m annual budget, a spokesman told Chad.


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