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Operations aimed at preventing and disrupting the sale of counterfeit tobacco are taking place throughout October in Staffordshire
Hundreds of counterfeit goods being sold on a Lincolnshire market have been seized by Trading Standards.
A gang have been sentenced after trading standards smashed a conspiracy to flood the streets of Nottingham with potentially unsafe fake fags.
Counterfeit mobile phones with potentially dangerous chargers have been seized in Staffordshire by county council trading standards officers
Fake designer clothing worth more than £2m was seized - and people suspected of being victims of modern slavery rescued - in a crackdown on organised crime.
City of London Police’s Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) launched an awareness campaign to warn the public of the risk of identity fraud when buying counterfeit goods online
'Industrial scale' counterfeit £20 note producer jailed after being caught out when buying a sandwich at Pret
From cash to car parts, and drugs to drink, here’s how much of the stuff you buy and use is probably fake – and how to tell
City of London Police’s Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) has launched a new campaign with the warning that ‘there’s more at stake when it’s a fake’.
Identity document forgery is rising. Forged ID (particularly EEA identity documents) and Fraudulently Obtained Genuine (FOG) documents remain a key facilitator of immigration crime.
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