Sep 8, 2020
G4S executives charged with multiple counts of fraud
Jason Alden/G4S Three former executives at a division of outsourcing company G4S have been charged with defrauding the Ministry of Justice. They are Richard Morris, ex-managing director of G4S Care and Justice Services, and two ex-directors of its electronic monitoring business - Mark Preston and James Jardine. The men are each charged with seven counts of fraud. In the UK, its Care and Justice arm runs prisons, immigration services, and the electronic monitoring of offenders. The company has been operating in the care and justice area since the opening of the first private prison in 1992.
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