Regina Sexual Assault Centre ex-administrator charged with fraud

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Regina police have charged Debra Lynn House, a former administrator with the Regina Sexual Assault Centre, with fraud. The senior Crown prosecutor did not disclose the total amount allegedly taken, only calling it a “substantial amount.”

House facing four “global” charges

On June 22, 2016, the Regina Police Service commercial crimes unit received a tip that a female senior employee at a “non-government human services agency” — which it didn’t name in a press release — had defrauded the organization of funds. House, 63, is facing four “global” charges, meaning the charges relate to numerous allegations of the same offence over an extended period of time.

Read more at CBC News.

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.