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Nearly £20 million-worth of frauds, including several Covid-19 scams, were prevented last year by a specialist police unit funded by the banking and finance industry.
POLICE Scotland has been forced to pay out over £300,000 over the malicious prosecution of one of the former administrators of Rangers in connection with the collapsed club fraud case.
A police force previously dubbed "clueless" is making progress but areas of concern remain, a watchdog has said.
The NCA has released its latest list of restrictions imposed upon serious organised criminals, supporting the management of serious offenders. It includes Serious Crime Prevention Orders, Financial Reporting Orders and Travel Restriction Orders.
The UK's Serious Fraud Office (SFO) cannot rely on powers it holds under the Criminal Justice Act 1987 to compel foreign companies to disclose documents held overseas to aid its investigations into serious or complex fraud, the Supreme Court has ruled.
Project Servator, a policing tactic that aims to disrupt a range of criminal activity, including terrorism, while providing a reassuring presence for the public, today (Wednesday 10 February) marks seven years since it was pioneered by City of London Police (CoLP).
Police launch a Cyber Detectives programme to all schools across the UK funded by Lloyds Banking Group
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has lost its case against US engineering company KBR in the Supreme Court over whether it can compel foreign businesses to hand over documents held overseas.
Two men have been sentenced to a combined 10 years in prison for laundering millions on behalf of organised criminals after an investigation by the Organised Crime Partnership (OCP).
Local police have been praised by their efforts in keeping everyone safe during the Covid19 pandemic.
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