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ANTI-FRAUD LESSON PLANS - Working together to teach young people about fraud

 

 

 

Ever wondered how criminals open bank accounts to launder funds gained from financial crime?

Lloyds Bank are working with CIFAS to promote fraud awareness to school pupils who are being impacted by fraud or who may be recruited to become money mules through a financial bribe or in many cases bullying from gangs.

Research conducted at Cifas has shown that increasing numbers of young people are affected by fraud, either being targeted by online fraudsters or unwittingly engaging in fraudulent acts themselves.

Together with PSHE Association, the national body for Personal, Social, Health and Economic education, Cifas has created four Anti-Fraud Education lesson plans with accompanying resources. The lesson plans are targeted at 11-16 year olds and cover Key Stage 3 and 4.

To find out more, click here. 

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