Julie Fraser

Ministry of Transport swindler Joanne Harrison pleads guilty to benefit fraud

Often when offenders of employee fraud are caught, stories of their offending in prior roles comes to light.  The fraud they commit adversely affects the companies and employees they work with and many are let go without prosecution because of the stigma around the company being victim to fraud.  The only way this will change is for companies to have clear anti fraud policies and practices, and, if fraud is detected, to be able to provide the information needed to…

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Canberra woman who nabbed $157,000 jailed for ‘largely inexplicable’ fraud

Where there are no controls in place, and no analytics of payroll and payment data, this type of “not sophisticated” fraud is too easily carried out.  It wasn’t until the new CEO undertook a financial audit that the fraud was detected.  Another common element here is that “because of her role and the confidence that she had inspired, her work was not closely supervised.”  Where executive employees are busy within their own roles and do not have the time to…

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SkyCity fraudster jailed for seven years, eight months

There has been a lot of coverage of this case and it is good to see that Judge Philip Connell not only highlighted that Grant’s repetitive offending had breached the organisations’ and employees’ trust, but also that she, and others who commit employee fraud, will be jailed for this crime.  The best outcome is for you to be able to prevent this crime from occurring, and ACFE report that having a monitoring tool is proven to reduce your losses by 54%…

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