Chapter 14 - Chapter 14 Deterrence and prevention are terms...

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Chapter 14 Deterrence and prevention are terms that mean the same thing. False Removing the root cause of fraudulent behavior such as economic deprivation is called fraud deterrence. False Modification of behavior through the perception of negative sanctions is called: Deterrence Employees who perceive that they will be caught engaging in occupational fraud and abuse are less likely to commit it. This concept is called: Perception of detection Which one of the following choices is not an action that an organization can take to increase the perception of detection: Conduct clandestine audits Vigorously prosecuting fraud perpetrators is considered to be the best proactive way to prevent fraud. False The majority of calls received on hotlines will result in fraud investigations. False According to the corporate sentencing guidelines, corporations can legally be held criminally responsible for the acts of their employees even if those acts were done in the course and scope of their employment and for the purpose of benefiting the corporation. True
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