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FRAUD RISK ASSESSMENT QUESTIONNAIRE
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Frequent small thefts can add up to a lot of money. If you knew that someone was stealing from the department, what would you do?
Do you know of anyone who might be stealing or taking unfair advantage of the department?
Suppose someone who works in the department decided to steal or commit fraud. How could he or she do it and get away with it?
In your opinion, who is beyond suspicion when it comes to committing fraud in the department?
Has anyone asked you to commit an improper, illegal, or unprofessional act(s), or a breach or circumvention of a policy, procedure, or practice? If so, please provide details.
Have you witnessed an improper, illegal, or unprofessional act(s), or a breach or circumvention (by-passing) of a policy, procedure, or practice? If so, please provide details.
Are there any areas where you believe controls are not sufficient to catch someone stealing money or other assets in a timely manner? Please explain.
Do section heads and supervisors demonstrate integrity and honesty in all of their conduct? (Describe examples of such conduct.)
Has anyone ever threatened you or intimidates you, regarding your disclosure of any potential workplace impropriety? (Describe) Have you reported these incidents and was any action taken?
Because of your employment position, do you feel pressure not to report anything you feel is not right? If so, can you suggest a method to report your concerns.
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