Public trust and confidence in the way the Council conducts its business is vital in preserving its reputation as an organisation that operates with integrity and high standards as it strives to achieve its priorities.
Public confidence will be weakened if fraud and corruption occur and will be strengthened if positive action is taken to prevent, detect, and deal with fraudulent acts.
The purpose of this document is to:
- highlight relevant legislation
- set out the council’s approach to countering fraud and corruption
- detail roles and responsibilities of officers and members
- provide further detailed guidance for officers and managers
Download the BCP Anti-Fraud and Corruption Policy 2020.
Page last updated: 05 May 2020