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Joint Fraud Taskforce

Information about the Joint Fraud Taskforce (JFT), including membership, meeting minutes and the sector-based charters to combat fraud.

The Joint Fraud Taskforce (JFT) is a partnership between the private sector, government and law enforcement to tackle fraud collectively and to focus on issues that have been considered too difficult for a single organisation to manage alone.

It will drive public-private action on fraud through the oversight of implementation of the Fraud Action Plan and assure progress against voluntary sector agreements with industry, the fraud sector charters.

The JFT relaunched on 21 October 2021, following a review of its role, structure and objectives.

Governance and membership

The JFT is chaired by the Home Office Security Minister, Damian Hinds. The JFT and its working groups comprise of senior representatives from industry, the third sector, law enforcement and government.

The Board and Officials Working Group consist of representatives from the JFT partner organisations.

Joint Fraud Taskforce relaunch

Fraud sector charters

Joint Fraud Taskforce meeting minutes

Joint Fraud Taskforce general information

Joint Fraud Taskforce partner organisations

Published 17 October 2017
Last updated 10 May 2022 + show all updates
  1. Added Joint Fraud Taskforce management board minutes for 2022.

  2. Added Joint Fraud Taskforce management board minutes for 2021.

  3. Updated to reflect relaunch of Joint Fraud Taskforce (JFT) on 21 October 2021. Added link to news story about the JFT relaunch.

  4. Added links to Joint Fraud Taskforce accountancy charter, retail banking charter and telecommunications charter.

  5. Adding 2019 stakeholder group and 2018, 2019 and 2020 management board minutes, following shift in chairmanship from Cifas to Home Office.

  6. Added 'The scale and drivers of attrition in reported fraud and cyber crime' and 'The scale and nature of fraud: a review of the evidence'.

  7. New Joint Fraud Taskforce oversight board minutes for 20 June 2018.

  8. New Joint Fraud Taskforce management board minutes.

  9. First published.