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Anti-fraud, bribery and corruption policy

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Last updated on 16 January 2018
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Policy article
Are there examples of anti-fraud, bribery and corruption policies? We look at whether schools should have an anti-fraud policy and link to examples from primary and secondary schools. We outline guidance on creating such a policy, and include a local authority's model policy.

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