Accountants to join the Met as new fraud squad

first_imgRelated posts:No related photos. Bosses at the Metropolitan Police are trying to recruit accountants to forma squad to crackdown on fraud in London. The Met is looking to recruit up to 20 accountants as special constables, togive the force more expertise in analysing fraud and tracking money laundering.Scotland Yard has teamed up with the Institute of Chartered Accountants(ICA) to find possible candidates, who will join as plain-clothesinvestigators. Douglas Llambias, a council member of the ICA, said the accountants can givethe police more hands-on, forensic advice. The institute said the voluntary work would appeal to employees looking toput something back into the community. Detective chief superintendent James Perry said: “The accountants willbe able to fully participate in police interviews of suspects,” he said. Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Accountants to join the Met as new fraud squadOn 25 Feb 2003 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more