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Data is now at the heart of every investigation, but as well as offering opportunity to improve the service for victims of crime, it can also hinder it.
Lisa Osofsky at UKSFO address to the Cambridge Symposium on Economic Crime
Fraud used to be seen as a 'victimless' crime. Make no mistake, at the City of London Police we have never agreed with that narrative.
THE Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland has resigned with immediate affect after being reported to the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) and his own office by the Chief Constable.
Fifty nine properties worth an estimated £17 million have been recovered following National Crime Agency investigations into a prolific organised crime group carried out over almost a decade.
A man convicted of fraud in January 2019 is finally behind bars after fleeing abroad to evade justice.
Provisional data from police forces in England and Wales shows police recorded crime is seven per cent lower than in the same period as 2019, as lockdown measures have eased.
The Serious Fraud Office has charged three men with multiple offences in connection with its investigation into the collapse of the Axiom Legal Financing Fund.
Two men are to be prosecuted over alleged fraud offences as part of the NCA investigation into the sale of the National Asset Management Agency’s Northern Ireland property loan book.
New National Cyber Security Centre head joins from the Northern Ireland Office and has spent 20 years in government at home and abroad
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