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Home Secretary Priti Patel has appointed Graeme Biggar CBE as interim Director General of the National Crime Agency when Dame Lynne Owens steps down on Monday 4 October.
Experts giving evidence to the House of Lords have said that UK police use of facial-recognition technology is disproportionate and ineffective, and further questioned the utility of algorithmic crime ‘prediction’ tools
Durham-based property developer Ronald Morton has agreed to hand over assets worth £850,000 to settle a civil recovery and tax claim brought by the NCA which was based on his alleged involvement in drug trafficking, money laundering and tax evasion.
Changes to the way in which fraud, cyber and online crime is monitored and enforced in England and Wales have been proposed by the UK government.
Too many victims of fraud are still receiving a poor service from the police and are denied justice, an independent review has found.
Police and Crime Commissioner Simon Foster has launched a major consultation as part of his Police and Crime Plan.
As we announced earlier this month, City of London Police, as national lead force for fraud, is in the process of procuring a new fraud and cybercrime reporting and analysis service. The current service was last procured in 2015 and since then, technology has advanced and demand has grown considerably.
The largest ever seizure of cryptocurrency in the UK comes just weeks after a previous multi-million pound confiscation, as law enforcement clamps down on money laundering
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