The focus will be on stopping fraud when delegates meet for the fourth Annual Fraud Conference at Oxford Town Hall on 26 September.
The event aims to share best practice, knowledge and experience in the prevention and detection of public sector fraud. This year's theme is ‘One Step Ahead’ and offers presentations from the Home Office, Coventry University and cyber-crime specialists ‘TRMG’, as well as other high profile speakers. The event will also hold interactive workshops aimed at sharing information on new ways to combat fraud in the public sector.
Around 150 counter-fraud practitioners from over 50 organisation will be attending, making this the largest local authority organised conference of this type. The event will include a trade stand exhibition where industry leading companies are headlining their services, many of which are based around technology and innovation in the fight against fraud.
"We are now into our fourth anti-fraud conference and it's become a landmark date in the industry's calendar. The conference has firmly established itself as the must-go-to event for counter-fraud professionals.
"I want to thank and congratulate the City Council's award-winning Fraud Investigation Service who instigated the conference in 2016 and who continue to organise it every year. The Service continues to grow with a proven track record in uncovering fraud not only in Oxford, but also for the other councils and organisations both within and outside of Oxfordshire. They are continuing proof of the value of the City Council's decision to invest in fraud prevention and provide a service that is second to none."
Councillor Ed Turner, City Council Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Finance and Asset Management.
Any organisation wishing to attend should visit the Oxford Investigation Service website or contact [email protected] for more information.