Information on agencies that can help with fraud issues
Fraud wastes taxpayer's money and prevents public money from going to the places that need it most, so dealing with fraud effectively is vitally important for the public sector. According to the latest figures reported by HM Government, fraud is increasing, and it is therefore important we do our utmost to tackle it.
We work to prevent and detect fraud to make sure that public funds go to those that genuinely need it. If you suspect someone is committing fraud, bribery or corruption against the Council we would like to know about it. Your help is needed and could make a difference. Please see Fraud Reporting to report a fraud against the Council.
The use of data for NFI purposes continues to be controlled to ensure compliance with data protection and human rights legislation. For further information see Cabinet office – Data Sharing.
We also welcome any feedback you may have, please email us at [email protected]
|Kensington and Chelsea Police - contact details, statistics and advice|
|Identity Theft - a joint private and public sector initiative|
|National Fraud Authority -|
an executive agency of the Attorney General's Office.
|LoTSA - London Trading Standards Authority|
|GetSafeOnline - free, independent, user-friendly advice|
Last updated: 7 July 2020