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Two cyber criminals have been sentenced at Birmingham Crown Court for committing offences against the National Lottery, after a National Crime Agency investigation.
The former vice-chair of the Police Federation is facing misconduct hearings over an alleged £1m fraud.
The National Crime Agency is leading the investigation and broader law enforcement response to the cyber incident affecting Ticketmaster.
A bogus police officer, who claimed to be an economic investigator, stole £181,000 from people by claiming he could sell properties seized from criminals.
Latest figures reveal the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) is seizing more assets from criminals than ever before with a record total of £94 million reclaimed in the past financial year.
The 2018 National Strategic Assessment (NSA) draws intelligence from UK law enforcement, government departments, the intelligence community and the private and voluntary sectors.
Action Fraud has received almost 300 reports in the past two days about fake WannaCry emails that demand payment from victims in Bitcoins.
A report from law firm Pinsent Masons said a lack of police and prosecution resources caused prosecutions to fall by 6% from 8,304 in 2016 to 7,786 in 2017. There were 273,600 fraud cases reported to Action Fraud last year.
The Attorney General’s Office has announced Lisa Osofsky will be the next Director of the Serious Fraud Office.
The work of two National Crime Agency (NCA) officers has been recognised in this years’ Queen’s Birthday Honours.
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