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    • Police officer versus internal auditor Summary: Internal auditors setting out to perform an ethics audit face both their own concerns about the often-uncharted territory of such tasks as well as the concerns of their colleagues and supervisors. Those concerns, experts say, can be allayed once such an audit is fully developed be quantified, examined, & issues of appropriate against inappropriate behavior can be addressed successfully. May be a police officer responsible to Examination, investigation, scrutiny, review& inspection way, in this philosophy internal auditor job is like police officer, Internal auditors need to make sure they have adequate expertise in-house and approach ethics audits with a clear understanding of what they're trying to accomplish. The task of an internal auditor is to insure the accuracy of their company’s internal records as well as scrutinize the company’s financial records for any possible mishandling or fraud. A self-determining appraisal activity established within an organization as a service to it. It is a Control which functions by examining and evaluating the adequacy and effectiveness of other controls; a management tool which analyses the effectiveness of all parts of an entity’s operations and management. That internal audit has not only on systems but also on people, and stress the importance of understanding human behaviour. This is sometimes extended by the view that auditors face various complicated issues because of their special position in the organization. The alternatives to the word ‘Audit’ from a standard thesaurus include the following terms: Examination Investigation Scrutiny Review Inspection 1
    • An internal auditor is someone hired as an employee by a company. The task of an internal auditor is to insure the accuracy of their company’s internal records as well as scrutinize the company’s financial records for any possible mishandling or fraud Auditors should be skilled in dealing with people and as such this aspect is seen as a valid audit skill. These terms do not perform tricks up the concept of a helpful, unfortunately this skill does not always form part of the auditors’ professional training and development programme. In fact a poor recruitment policy may result in bringing in auditors, who see little value in developing good interpersonal skills, There were instances where the written policy and procedure did not provide adequate instruction to staff, or omitted a needed procedure. There were also occasions when staff did not follow written procedure, or followed practices that were not addressed in the procedures. As a result, the auditor was not always able to tell if the cash fund was being managed, The purpose of this audit was to determine adequately safeguarded, used only for authorized purposes, managed and accounted for in accordance with an authorized procedure. May be a police officer responsible to Examination, investigation, scrutiny, review& inspection way, In this philosophy internal auditor work is like a police officer, 2