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  • 14 Oct 2013 4:22 PM | Deleted user

    The Government is considering offering rewards for information on white-collar crime. 


  • 14 Oct 2013 4:21 PM | Deleted user

    Whistleblowers in the UK who uncover economic crime would be paid for information under US-style proposals put forward by the government, potentially leading to a surge of white-collar informants seeking big payouts.


  • 24 Sep 2013 4:23 PM | Deleted user

    Clive Anderson's guests call for new laws both to encourage employees to report criminal behaviour and malpractice in their organisations and to protect them if they blow the whistle. The programme brings together leading lawyers to discuss the developing law relating to whistle-blowing and to consider concerns that the law does not adequately protect employees from unfair dismissal, bullying or blacklisting. 


  • 17 Sep 2013 4:25 PM | Deleted user

    City of London Police is inviting the public to attend three free workshops the force is running on 7th and 8th October to raise awareness of common scams and ways to avoid being a victim of fraud. 


  • 17 Sep 2013 4:24 PM | Deleted user

    The UK's fraud prevention service has named Simon Dukes as its new CEO, with the problem of identity theft continuing to cause concerns for UK businesses and consumers alike. 


  • 11 Sep 2013 4:26 PM | Deleted user

    Businesses who capitalise on growth initiatives embed effective fraud and risk management strategies into their decision-making process.


  • 05 Sep 2013 4:27 PM | Deleted user

    Independent crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers has launched a campaign to track down individuals guilty of obtaining documents in order to commit identity crime.


  • 27 Aug 2013 4:28 PM | Deleted user

    The crime-fighting charity, Crimestoppers, is taking over the running of an NHS Scotland whistleblower's service aimed at detecting fraud.


  • 05 Aug 2013 4:29 PM | Deleted user

    Britain's organised crime fighting agency is under intense pressure to release the names of 100 blue-chip firms and individuals who used rogue investigators after the sudden resignation of its chairman. Sir Ian Andrews stepped down. 


  • 01 Aug 2013 4:29 PM | Deleted user

    Private Investigators will now be subject to strict ID and criminal record checks to be granted a license. 



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