Interactive Learning

New Publication: Scams Prevention and Victim Support toolkit

Professor Lee-Ann Fenge
Dr Sally Lee
Emily Rosenorn-Lanng
25th January 2018

About the Scams Prevention and Victim Support toolkit and the authors The National Centre of Cross Disciplinary Social Work (NCCDSW) has been investigating financial abuse from scams for over three years.

We work in collaboration with key partners from across the public, voluntary, financial and law enforcement sectors, including the Chartered Trading Standards Institute, National Trading Standards Scams Team, Royal Mail, the Burdett Trust for Nursing and Which? In partnership with these agencies we are committed to developing both professional and public understanding of the risks posed by financial scams. NCCDSW leads research into scamming and publishes practice guides, literature and resources. For further information please go to www.nccdsw.com

Click here to download the Age UK Resources

Meet the author(s)

Professor Lee-Ann Fenge

Director of the Centre for Seldom Heard Voices
Lee-Ann is Professor of Social Care in the Faculty of Health and Social Sciences. She is a Registered Social Worker and has always been committed to advancing the professional evidence base of social care practitioners.
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Dr Sally Lee

Programme Lead for the MA and BA Social Work programmes
Sally completed her Post-Doctoral Research in 2016, exploring social work practice, physical disability and sexual well-being. Sally is Programme Lead for the MA and BA Social Work programmes and teaches across both programmes leading the Professional Practice with Adults units and the First Placement unit with the BA students.
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Emily Rosenorn-Lanng

Researcher
Emily Rosenorn-Lanng is a researcher and project manager at the National Centre for Cross Disciplinary Social Work (NCCDSW) at Bournemouth University. She has over 19 years of experience in conducting and managing various research projects in health and social care, local government, tourism and heritage sectors. She specialises in quantitative research methods, game-based learning, generative AI, cybersecurity, and accessibility. She is also pursuing a part-time PhD in game-based learning in Cyber Security education. She has published several research papers and reports on topics such as mental capacity, cyber fraud, child mortality, leadership development, and more. She has also participated in the InnovateUK cyberasap program, a pre-accelerator for cyber security start-ups.
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