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The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is increasingly demanding information for investigations from big businesses without going through the courts for approval, says Pinsent Masons, the international law firm.
Ongoing delays to the Emergency Services Network roll-out are costing the UK taxpayer £330m a year, according to the National Audit Office
Hampshire police and crime commissioner Michael Lane has launched a ’Scamnesty’ campaign to encourage people to report scams and to provide advice to help people avoid becoming victims of fraud.
The future of the PCC has been hotly debated in recent months
The former head of the SFO David Green to join prestigious London law firm Slaughter and May as a full-time consultant
The NAO report comes as Home Secretary Sajid Javid prepares for a speech to police superintendents in which he will say the police must be equipped for a changing landscape.
Lisa Osofsky gave a keynote address to the Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime 2018 within her first week as the new Director of the Serious Fraud Office.
The new head of Britain’s white-collar crime agency pledged on Monday to keep it independent, but work more closely with international enforcement watchdogs and the private sector to stop fraud, drawing on her experience with the FBI.
An officer who stole money from a police station and wrote out cheques for himself in the name of a deceased individual has been sent to prison.
The Hampshire Police and Crime Commissioner is running a Scamnesty, which is designed to allow members of the public to hand in suspected fraud mails or flyers.
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