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With the incidences and dollar amounts of internal fraud at credit unions continuing to increase, efforts to detect and deter fraud should be an enterprise-wide effort at your credit union. Too often this is thought of as a function of risk management and/or security. While that is obviously correct, the credit union's program for deterrence and detection of fraud should involve all members of the board, executive management and virtually every employee of the credit union.

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