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I am hoping that the 2012 Institute of Counter Fraud Studies Conference in June will provide me with some new insights into tackling fraud. There are some great topics on the agenda, including Fraud and Football Clubs, Fraud and Corruption in the Military, as well as fraud and error in government. Shining a light on these areas is an extraordinarily simple, but effective strategy for discouraging fraudsters; the one thing they don’t seek is the limelight! If you decide to come along to the conference then you’ll have the chance to browse all of our fraud and corruption titles and to win a copy of Alan Doig’s brand new book Fraud: The Counter Fraud Practitioner’s Handbook.