Here you will find the latest information about inquiries the APPG is holding.
Inquiry into Young People and Fraud and Scams
On February 14 2018 the APPG on Financial Crime and Scamming launched an inquiry into fraud and scams against young people, the impact they have and what government, law enforcement, the education sector and industry can do to help prevent these frauds and scams.
The inquiry seeks to answer the following questions:
- What assessment have you made of the amount of young people:
- Falling victims to fraud, scams and other financial crime?
- Being involved as a perpetrator or willing accomplice to fraud, scams and financial crime?
- What are the reasons why young people are falling for certain online frauds and scams?
- What are the reasons why some young people are becoming perpetrators of fraud and economic crime? In particular money mules?
- What measures are already in place – across the public, private and third sectors – to help prevent young people from falling victim to financial crime and scams? How effective do you consider these to be?
- What measures are already in place – across the public, private and third sectors – to help prevent young people from getting criminally involved in financial crime and scams? How effective do you consider these to be?
- What further measures should be in place to prevent this type of crime amongst young people?
- What more should government and industry being doing to protect young people from predatory fraudsters and scammers?
- What methods in this space are considered good practice and should be replicated more widely?
- How could the law enforcement response to these issues be improved?
Organisations and individuals interesting in responding should send their submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Friday 16 March 2018.
You can view the full terms of reference for the inquiry here.
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