Forensic Focus - October 2016
Do you know a person, organisation or initiative that in your opinion, demonstrably distinguishes itself in the fight against fraud and is an inspiration to others?
If so we would like you to nominate them for an Anti-Fraud Award to be presented during the New Zealand Fraud Film Festival in Auckland on the 18th and 19th November 2016. We also invite you to nominate yourself or your organisation. The winner will receive a wonderful bronze sculpture symbolising ’vigilance’ by a renowned Dutch artist, announced during the evening programme on the 18th November.
Nominations for the award will close on 24 October 2016. They will then be assessed by the Anti-Fraud Award Committee which comprises of individuals who have had considerable experience in addressing fraud related issues in New Zealand.
Please include the following information with your nomination:
- How did the person, organisation or initiative distinguish itself in the fight against fraud?
- What visible or demonstrable results were achieved?
- Why is this person, organisation or initiative an inspiration to others?
Nominations may be supported by a PowerPoint presentation or short video clip.
Key festival info:
The festival will host the counter-fraud industry on the Friday with all sessions open to the public on Saturday 19th November.
Tickets for Day Two of the festival can be purchased here
Ticket options include a full day ticket or session only.
The programme is available on our website: Fraud Film Festival . It is being updated as content is confirmed.
Further details about the Festival are available on our website: www.fraudfilmfestival.co.nz