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Tens of thousands of fraud victims have been denied justice after a computer algorithm dismissed four-fifths of reported cases.
The City of London Police’s Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) is tackling video games piracy as criminals are selling modded consoles together with hundreds of unauthorised copies of video games.
Courts orders a further confiscation of £450,000 to be paid within 3 months or face a further 4 years in prison for his part in a fibre optic fraud and bribery scheme targeted at KBC Lease (UK) Ltd and Barclays Bank.
The Court of Appeal upheld the decision by the Judge that there was insufficient evidence for a jury to consider in respect of the individual defendants on trial and ordered an acquittal.
The UK was awarded the excellent rating by the Financial Action Taskforce - the global standard setter for anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing – in its Mutual Evaluation Report.
Research by the Police Foundation found that the overwhelming majority of fraud offences do not result in a conviction, “an absence of proper reporting” and, consequently, outcomes suffering.
We agree that fraud is significantly under-reported and that more can be done to improve the response to fraud in a number of ways, whether this is in improving gaps in outcome data; improving the service for victims; or shortening times between reports being received and disseminated.
Cisco is partnering with UK police forces to offer cyber security training through the Cisco Networking Academy
Matthew Wagstaff, Joint Head of Bribery & Corruption, speaking at The Lawyer’s Managing Risk and Litigation 2018 Conference
A "narcissistic" special constable who flouted motoring laws, abused the national police computer and armed himself with a knife has been jailed.
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