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Three ex-employees of Rolls-Royce’s former Energy division have pleaded guilty to bribery and corruption offences in the United States
The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) froze assets suspected of being involved in fraud eight times in the last financial year, according to law firm Pinsent Masons.
Two married constables working for Lancashire Police were sentenced last month for stealing police data about car crashes and selling it to claims firms for £363,000.
A former Staffordshire Police officer who conned his disabled cousin out of her home and inheritance is to have his sentence reviewed for being too lenient.
Police forces are struggling to stem the tide of ‘genuine increases’ in crime, according to figures published by the Office of National Statistics (ONS).
The move by West Midlands Police contrasts sharply with Norfolk Police's proposal to cut its entire 150-strong compliment of community support officers
The officer, attached to the Specialist and Economic Crime Command, stole around £80,000 from 16 victims travelling through Heathrow Airport.
There are fears that thousands of crimes will not be investigated in London under new guidelines announced by the Metropolitan Police in response to funding cuts.
Fraud and computer misuse offences accounted for almost half of the 10.8m criminal acts recorded by the ONS in its Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW), accounting for some 5m crimes.
The director of the Serious Fraud Office has suggested that the agency is no longer under threat from a pre-election pledge by the Conservative party to abolish it.
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