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The officer, attached to the Specialist and Economic Crime Command, stole around £80,000 from 16 victims travelling through Heathrow Airport.
There are fears that thousands of crimes will not be investigated in London under new guidelines announced by the Metropolitan Police in response to funding cuts.
Fraud and computer misuse offences accounted for almost half of the 10.8m criminal acts recorded by the ONS in its Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW), accounting for some 5m crimes.
The director of the Serious Fraud Office has suggested that the agency is no longer under threat from a pre-election pledge by the Conservative party to abolish it.
A Staffordshire police sergeant has been sacked over his role in a plot to dupe an elderly disabled relative out of her house.
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is to host a summit for cyber security practitioners in February 2018
The Minister for Policing and the Fire Service, Nick Hurd, has announced £60m of funding for police reform and digital projects from the Police Transformation Fund.
The 2017 Annual Review sets out the progress made within the first year of operations at the National Cyber Security Centre
The Serious Fraud Office brings charges against the ex-Chief Executive Officer and Chief Operating Officer of former FTSE 250 oil and gas exploration company, Afren Plc over $400m Nigerian business deals
The simple truth is that there is more fraud and there are fewer convictions than in 2011, the year before David Green took over as SFO director.
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