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The Attorney General’s Office has announced that Mark Thompson, currently Chief Operating Officer at the Serious Fraud Office, will be appointed Director on an interim basis pending the next permanent Director becoming available.
Green has been the face of this organisation while it has gone through its fair share of scrapes and scares
Law enforcement received increased government funding to tackle cybercrime on the dark web. The £9m pot will be used to increase capability against the dark web in Regional Organised Crime Units. A further £5m has been allocated to police forces to tackle cybercrime locally.
During the podcast, de Silva discusses: whether the Bribery Act (including both “hard” and “soft” enforcement) has been successful in achieving its objectives; the SFO’s position on ISO 37001
David Green QC will shortly step down as the director of the Serious Fraud Office. CDR looks back at some themes of his tenure, as the SFO moves into a new era.
This will see the numbers of specials in the City double to over 100, with support being provided to regular constables as well as in specialist areas such as cyber and economic crime.
An interview with Rob Wainwright, Director of Europol
Most police forces are maintaining a good standard of service to the public, despite dramatic increases in demand and ongoing financial pressures, but cracks are beginning to show, according to a report published by HMICFRS
The earnings gap between male and female workers in the West Midlands is the highest amongst the UK’s 12 regions, according to PwC’s annual Women in Work Index
Camilla de Silva, Joint Head of Bribery and Corruption, speaking at ABC Minds Financial Services conference
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