Detecting and Preventing Fraud, Theft and
Theft of all types is a significant problem in Indian Country, particularly for tribal casinos and governments. Sometimes even seemingly-trustworthy employees cannot be trusted. Purchasing, travel, housing, payroll and illegal gratuities are among the common trouble spots.
Consider purchasing fraud. Tribes spend billions of dollars each year purchasing products and services. Statistics show that purchasing-related fraud is the single most common type of whitecollar crime; however, tribes rarely have the structures in place that are necessary to detect and prevent this type of crime.
How vulnerable is your organization? Probably more vulnerable than you realize. This class will show you common schemes dishonest employees might use to defraud your tribe of thousands or even millions of dollars completely undetected. More importantly, it will teach you simple steps that you can take to prevent this problem from ever developing, potentially saving your tribe millions.
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