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As the dust starts to settle following the police pay settlement, several things seem to have come into stark relief.
Nottinghamshire Police has appointed a 'self-confessed computer geek' as its first officer dedicated to fighting cybercrime and fraud.
The Government has announced a pay rise for police but the Tory Commissioner for West Mercia Police says that he may be forced to cut police numbers to pay for it
‘Big Data and Policing: An Assessment of Law Enforcement Requirements, Expectations and Priorities.’
Europol’s Executive Director Rob Wainwright said: “In the last few years document fraud has become a major criminal problem in Europe, helping to drive new shifts in the scale and impact of migrant smuggling, fraud, terrorism and other security threats.
Criminals often use information they have obtained during a data breach to commit fraud by contacting people by email and requesting them to provide personal information or click on malicious links
Serious Fraud Office boss David Green gave his last speech at the Cambridge Symposium on Economic Crime in which he revealed that the agency had cost the taxpayer £216m since April 2014, but generated £676m in Deferred Prosecution Agreements and Costs.
The trial of three former Tesco directors accused of fraud in relation to the supermarket's £263m accounting scandal three years ago has been adjourned until 25 September.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is facing questions on the progress of a wide-ranging review of Britain’s economic crime agencies that could result in the dismantling of the Serious Fraud Office.
Specialist fraud and corruption investigators in Britain’s police forces and Serious Fraud Office (SFO), must remain independent from central government to minimise the risk of political interference and be crystal clear in recording crimes and investigation decisions
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