Thought piece written by Bina Bhardwa Research Fellow, The Institute for Criminal Policy Research and Tiggey May, Senior Research Fellow, The Institute for Criminal Policy Research.
Thought piece by Ryan Prox at The SOCEX Economic Crime Conference
Child Sexual Exploitation: A Global Problem in Need of Local Solutions John F. Clark, president and CEO, The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
A combination of the prevailing UK legislation and generally accepted practices dictate that in the vast majority of confiscation cases, assets seized under PACE or POCA, even those seized utilising the powers given under Section 47 of POCA, are often held in storage for extended periods of time, suffering unnecessary depreciation.
The threat posed by serious and organised financial crime is better understood than ever before, but as this understanding grows, so does the ever changing challenge as sophisticated criminals constantly seek out and exploit new and fertile opportunities. Fraud and Financial Crime is not only a policing and law enforcement issue.
Many SOC threats are financially motivated and as such we must collectively focus efforts to respond to illicit finance and whilst technology, the movement of people, money and the changing cyber world offer opportunities to the criminal, they also offer opportunities to those seeking to tackle the problem.
Lynne Owens - Managing Director Thought Piece from the SOCEX Economic Crime Conference.
Wilsons Auctions has agreed to become a Gold Sponsor for the forthcoming SOCEX – Fraud & Financial Crime Conference.
Following a detailed review of proposals from around the UK, we are delighted to announce today that The SOCEX Strategic Conference 2019 will be returning to The Chesford Grange Hotel in 2019.
The emergence of the County Lines drug supply methodology, which involves gangs using mobile phone lines to deal drugs from urban areas to counties and rural towns, exploiting children and vulnerable people to move and supply drugs, highlights some familiar challenges we face when tackling serious organised crime.