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A former PCSO has been given a suspended sentence and ordered to pay almost £1,800 after making false claims about his annual leave – and misusing police systems.
SURREY’S police and crime commissioner has called for changes to the way cyber crime is tackled – after he himself became a victim of online fraud.
The NAO report on tackling serious and organised crime (SOC) provides valuable analysis of the threat facing the UK, and underscores the need for a response that is both properly structured and adequately resourced.
Neil Williams, of business crime solicitors Rahman Ravelli, can see potential benefits but also has reservations.
The Serious Fraud Office has appointed Emir Feisal and Martin Spencer to join its Board as Non-Executive Directors. Both were appointed following an open competition and join existing Non-Executive Directors Ruth Evans and Tony Osbaldiston.
The millionaire boss of a marketing firm at the centre of a £236 million savings scandal has been arrested.
A major new independent study has found people in West Mercia have high levels of confidence in their police force, and feel safe in their communities.
Anna Machkevitch has today been charged in connection with an ongoing corruption investigation into Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation and related companies. She is required to attend Westminster Magistrates Court on Friday 5 July 2019.
Airbus could reach a settlement with British, French and US authorities in a long-running fraud investigation as soon as this year, sources with knowledge of the case told City A.M.
The United Kingdom's Serious Fraud Office may have lost the battle in its challenge of Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation (ENRC)'s claim of privilege in the Court of Appeal, but the war isn't over yet.
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