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Fraud and the Justice System

Inquiry

This short inquiry seeks to examine the ability of the Justice System to effectively prosecute fraud cases. The Committee is particularly interested in how the system is set up to tackle lower-level frauds, that are often not serious enough to be considered by the Serious Fraud Office but have a significant impact on the public. We also seek to understand the plans that the Government and bodies working in the Justice System have to tackle rising instances of fraud.

Read the call for evidence to find out more about the inquiry.

This inquiry is no longer accepting evidence

The deadline for submissions was Monday 24 January 2022.

Reports, special reports and government responses

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Oral evidence transcripts

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20 April 2022
Inquiry Fraud and the Justice System
Committees Justice Committee
Oral Evidence
22 March 2022
Inquiry Fraud and the Justice System
Committees Justice Committee
Oral Evidence
15 March 2022
Inquiry Fraud and the Justice System
Committees Justice Committee
Oral Evidence
FRA0042 - Fraud and the Justice System
Witnesses Gregor McGill (Director of Legal Services at Crown Prosecution Service)
Committees Justice Committee
Written Evidence
FRA0035 - Fraud and the Justice System
Witnesses West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner
Committees Justice Committee
Written Evidence
FRA0031 - Fraud and the Justice System
Witnesses Mr Adrian Darbishire
Committees Justice Committee
Written Evidence

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