THE TRUTH SHALL PREVAIL

“THE TRUTH SHALL PREVAIL”

“Share the TRUTH with us, it will set you FREE.”

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We see more and more how employers are using employees to commit fraud as part of the company survival plan in these difficult times. We understand that if your employer instructs you to do something it is your duty as an employee to follow instruction, but if you know or feel what you are instructed to do is wrong, fraudulent, criminal or against your personal belief of truth, then refuse such instruction giving your explanation as to why you cannot carry out the instruction.

Should your supervisor, manager, director, or employer persist report this to his/her supervisor, but do not make yourself party to something that is wrong, fraudulent, criminal or against your personal belief of truth.

Sadly employees are committing fraud as instructed daily, because of the fear of losing their job. Unfortunately this fear can land them in “JAIL” as party too a crime being committed, and they would lose their job and life what they were trying to protect. Believe me it’s not worth it, do not make yourself party to any fraud or other crime being committed at your place of employment .

If you have already been party to fraud or another crime being committed, we encourage you today to come clean and report it, before it’s to late. It would be best to enter into a plea bargain now and save yourself, as the TRUTH SHALL PREVAIL and then it would be to late and you may not be granted any plea bargain.

Remember just by signing an insurance claim form, letter, report, or other document on behalf of your employer as instructed for something that is wrong, or fraudulent, you are now party to it.-? Remember if you just complete a claim form, letter, report-? or other document which you know is not true (false), you are party to this and could be charged for fraud when this fraud is established.

We encourage you today to share the truth with us, which will remain confidential and we will do the necessary with the information received to see that justice is served . If you know something in your company, place of employment, is not right and possibly fraud, or a crime has been committed please feel free to contact us.

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Remember by reading this you have been warned and trust that your conscience will encourage you to do the right thing.-? Do not be party to or commit crime its not worth it.

“THE TRUTH SHALL PREVAIL”

“Share the TRUTH with us, it will set you FREE.”

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Article by: Gavin B Ferrier-? of Ferrier International.

HOUSE ROBBERIES : SAFETY TIPS

House Robberies : Safety Tips

ACT AGAINST CRIME TOGETHER
BUILDING A SAFER SOUTH AFRICA

Reject and report stolen goods

Property crimes such as theft, housebreaking, shoplifting, handbag/cellphone snatching and theft out of motor vehicles lead to unnecessary suffering and impoverishment. If you buy stolen goods, more victims will suffer, because you provide a market for these goods and an incentive for criminals to keep stealing them. As thieves go about stealing goods to meet the demand for stolen goods they commit other crimes along their way and even murder or assault a witness or helpless victim or rape or injure a vulnerable woman or child.

Receiving stolen goods is also punishable by law. Reject any goods you suspect could have been stolen and report it to the police on Crime Stop 08600 10111.

If they stole it and you buy it more victims will suffer.

House robbery: When someone uses violence or threatens to use violence against another person in order to steal something on the residential premises of anyone, house robbery is committed.

If your house has been broken into –

• Contact your nearest police station immediately.
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• Wait until fingerprints and statements are taken before touching anything.

• Do not allow private security companies to enter the house or touch anything before the police have arrived.

• A list of the make, model, and serial numbers of electrical appliances and other valuable equipment should always be available for investigation purposes.

PREVENT HOUSE ROBBERY AND THEFT

• Know all emergency numbers.

• Make provision for good outside lighting, but switch the lights off during the day. Outside lights that are on during the day and post that are left in the gate are signs of no-one being home. Don’t leave your gates, garage, front or back door open or partially open – it serves as an invitation to burglars.
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• Never open the door automatically whenever the bell rings or if someone knocks. Make completely sure the person wanting to enter is expected. Domestic workers, garden staff and children are often approached by robbers who act as telephone or TV repairmen, electricians, plumbers, TV licence or municipality inspectors and many other professions. In an effort to gain entrance robbers use a cellphone and make as if they are talking to the owner of the house so as to put pressure on unsuspecting victims to open the gate or door. Those remaining at home should be made aware of these scams. Emphasise the need for security to your domestic worker, so too ensuring his/her own safety. Arrange with people who remain at home on how you will inform them if there is a need for them to open the house for deliveries, maintenance work or repairs. Always use the same procedure and inform the companies involved that they will not gain access unless you have made a specific arrangement.

• A watchdog is a good early warning system. Keep it visible as a deterrent but beyond the reach of strangers. The unexplainable death of a watchdog is a warning sign of a possible burglary.

• If your house alarm goes off, or you hear strange noises or your dogs bark switch on the outside lights.

• Always check the identity of strangers who visit for business purposes, to do deliveries or repairs. Ensure that you stay out of their reach to prevent being grabbed through a closed gate.

• Report suspicious characters who pose a threat to the police. When employing someone request their identity document and make a copy thereof for safekeeping. Check their previous employment references and do security clearances at the police.

• Install the best security you can afford, for example the security gates at outside doors. Keep these gates locked. If possible fix a door viewer and latch chain.

• When approaching your house entrance by foot or by car ensure that it is safe to enter and that you have not been followed. Be aware of persons loitering at the entrance.
• Always keep you keys safe to prevent duplication thereof. Never leave your house keys under a doormat or in a pot plant. Once you have locked your door from the inside remove the key and place it in a safe place.

• Do not leave keys in a hidden place for domestic staff or children, robbers often stake out a house and will find out about these hiding places. Do not give keys to people who do not live on the property or to anyone if it is not absolutely necessary.

• Know your neighbours and build a relationship of mutual trust and support. When going away inform them.

• It is always best to arrange with persons living in the same street as you to be ready at all times to come to the rescue of one another in dangerous or suspicious times. Exchange phone numbers or signalling methods when you find yourself in distress. Your strength always lies in how many people are able to support you in an emergency.

• If you buy luxury goods, cut up the boxes and dispose of these in tied black bags- a branded box is a telltale sign of what thieves could find in your house.

• Keep cash and valuables in banks or safes.

• Store your firearms in a safe.

SAPS CRIME STOP : 08600 10111
SAPS EMERGENCY LINE : 10111

www.saps.gov.za

FERRIER INTERNATIONAL encourages you to visit your local Police website, like the South African Police Services and you will find valuable information that will assist you and your family against crime. Be wise to Crime.

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