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BORIS Johnson plans a sweeping review of elected police and crime commissioners as he tackles the scourge of violent crime.
The NCA has obtained a £1.13 million Account Freezing Order as part of an investigation into a Leeds businessman with suspected links to serious organised criminals.
A police investigation into allegations of fraud linked to a £10.25 million council loan to Northampton Town FC has now cost almost one million pounds.
This month the National Crime Agency has clawed back millions of dollars from a fraud involving 700 victims.
Lisa Osofsky’s first full year at the helm of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has seen the agency confront an expanding set of challenges. Osofsky has begun to put her distinctive stamp on the body amidst a fraught political environment and challenging legal landscape.
Scotland’s most senior prosecutor has asked Police Scotland if fiscals were told potential evidence of fraud at an undercover unit had been incinerated.
The National Crime Agency Director General, Lynne Owens, yesterday issued a tasking to improve the response to fraud
A former police superintendent has avoided a jail after admitting to a £21,000 fraud.
Police chiefs have revealed plans to support all vitims of fraudsters as part of a new scheme.
Following the announcement by Glencore PLC, the SFO confirms it is investigating suspicions of bribery in the conduct of business by the Glencore group of companies, its officials, employees, agents and associated persons.
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