Security qualifications fraud 'public safety risk'


Security qualifications fraud 'public safety risk'

The head of an exam board is warning that undetected qualifications fraud in the security industry is becoming a “risk to public safety”.

Raymond Clarke, chief executive of Industry Qualifications, is calling for tougher scrutiny to prevent fraud in workplace qualifications.

And when it applies to security staff, he says, such fraud is a “significant threat to public safety and wellbeing”.

Exam watchdog Ofqual said it had “a number of ongoing investigations”.


BBC News

/ Industry News

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  1. Stewart O'Reilly :

    This report is from the UK; we need to learn from their experience.