Repeat offenders ...

In my senior examiner/verifier alter ego I occasionally get dragged along to investigations. Part expert, part investigator sometimes I think part henchman.

Whilst some of the cases that turn out to be far from suspicious, there are those that make you wonder what is going on. This, seems to be the case in hand for a couple of centres I am currently dealing with. It is as if they cannot seem to see that once they get 'picked up' they are flagged and will be watched more closely post investigation.

During the investigation, we may have found nothing (that can be acted upon). But that is a clue that we may yet discover malpractice. So, would you not think that once the investigator has called. You would check to see if there is anything that may embarrass you in the future.

Ho hum.


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