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Season 2, Episode 9: Preventing fraud

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In the Catch22Minutes podcast, we delve into some of today’s major social challenges. We speak to frontline experts, industry leaders and young people, in pursuit of ideas for reforming public services.

The second season focused on the UK’s justice sector and was presented by Catch22’s former Communications and Marketing Manager, Josie Cochrane. From developing restorative justice to reducing the impact of court delays, this series was focused on solutions which could impact every aspect of the justice sector.

There are 4.6 million people are affected by fraud each year and around 700,000 will go on to suffer profoundly as a result of its impact. As incidences of fraud continue to grow, so too will the impact as the sophisticated methods behind different types of fraud increase.  

In today’s episode, we are joined by Kevin McGetrick, Head of Victims Services and Commissioning at the Hertfordshire Police and Crime Commissioner, and Neil Postins, Service Delivery Manager for the National Economic Crime Victim Care Unit, headquartered at the City of London police. 

You’ll also hear from one of Beacon Victim Care’s case workers, discussing the myths around romance fraud and the impact it has.  

Our panellists

Kevin McGetrick

Neil Postins

Beacon Victim Care team