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Joseph Wellington, CFE, is speaking at an industry group meeting when one of the participants asks him to explain qui tam and what the procedures of the corporation are when it comes to whistle blowing against government contractors. Mr. Wellington does not seem to panic but cannot give a clear answer. All that he tries to convey in answering the question is that you must have a legitimate case because you are dealing with the government and false accusations is an issue that can mean dismissal from the corporation.

Please post an answer to the following questions. Also support your answers with academic or real life criminal justice examples to accentuate your point. Also, you must provide at least 1 feedback post to one of your classmates.

- Do you think Joseph Wellington handled and answered the question in an appropriate manner? How would you have answered the question?
- Do you think whistle blowing is a welcomed practice in the workplace? Why? Please provide an example to accentuate your opinion.

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Joseph Wellington, CFE, is speaking at an industry group meeting when one of the participants asks him to explain qui tam and what the procedures of the corporation are when it comes to whistle blowing against government contractors. Mr. Wellington does not seem to panic but cannot give a clear answer. All that he tries to convey in answering the question is that you must have a legitimate case because you are dealing with the government and false accusations is an issue that can mean dismissal from the corporation.

Please post an answer to the following questions. Also support your answers with academic or real life criminal justice examples to accentuate your point. Also, you must provide at least 1 feedback post to one of your classmates.

- Do you think Joseph Wellington handled and answered the question in an appropriate ...

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Joseph Wellington, CFE, is speaking at an industry group meeting when one of the participants asks him to explain qui tam and what the procedures of the corporation are when it comes to whistle blowing against government contractors. Mr. Wellington does not seem to panic but cannot give a clear answer. All that he tries to convey in answering the question is that you must have a legitimate case because you are dealing with the government and false accusations is an issue that can mean dismissal from the corporation.

Please post an answer to the following questions. Also support your answers with academic or real life criminal justice examples to accentuate your point. Also, you must provide at least 1 feedback post to one of your classmates.

- Do you think Joseph Wellington handled and answered the question in an appropriate manner? How would you have answered the question?
- Do you think whistle blowing is a welcomed practice in the workplace? Why? Please provide an example to accentuate your opinion.

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