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The National Crime Agency has published the National Strategic Assessment of Serious and Organised Crime 2020.
Despite a shift in resources and duties, the police will rise to the multiple challenges posed by this unprecedented pandemic.
The UK government’s £330bn emergency coronavirus aid package risks being targeted by organised crime, said a white collar crime lawyer.
A police commissioner is warning people in North Wales to beware of heartless scammers using the coronavirus pandemic to prey on the vulnerable.
A £100m levy on companies to combat money laundering has been backed by campaigners concerned Britain is falling behind in the fight against illicit financing.
A specialist police unit funded by the banking and finance industry prevented £31.2 million of fraud and disrupted 23 Organised Criminal Groups (OCGs) in 2019, new figures reveal.
The NECC, in conjunction with the FCO and the DfID, has published an alert on the illicit finance risks associated with South Sudan.
Met Police commissioner has called for legislative framework to govern police use of new technologies, while defending the decision to use live facial recognition technology operationally without it
West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner has agreed to deliver a range of services for Warwickshire Police.
Law firms have called for reform of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) today after three former Barclays executives were cleared of financial crisis-era fraud to save the bank.
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