National Crime Agency begins Rotherham abuse inquiry – BBC News

‘The National Crime Agency (NCA) has begun an investigation into child sexual exploitation in Rotherham.’

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BBC News, 18th December 2014

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‘Dark web’: GCHQ and National Crime Agency join forces in hunt for child abuse – The Guardian

‘David Cameron will place Britain’s GCHQ eavesdropping agency and the National Crime Agency (NCA) at the centre of a fight to eliminate “digital hiding places for child abusers”.’

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The Guardian, 11th December 2014

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Judge criticises National Crime Agency over collapse of fraud trial – The Guardian

‘The National Crime Agency has been labelled “incompetent” by an Old Bailey judge after a series of blunders led to the collapse of a £5m trial.’

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The Guardian, 2nd December 2014

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Theresa May postpones terrorism policing review – BBC News

Posted October 9th, 2014 in national crime agency, news, police, reports, terrorism by sally

‘Home Secretary Theresa May has abandoned plans to review the structure of counter-terrorism policing, because of the increased security threat level.’

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BBC News, 9th October 2014

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NCA suffers Supreme Court defeat on assets recovery marshalling claim – 11 Stone Buildings

“On 23 October 2013, the Supreme Court gave judgment in Szepietowski v. the National Crime Agency (formerly the Serious Organised Crime Agency, ‘SOCA’). The case is now the leading authority on the marshalling of securities and will be of interest to those advising banks and other businesses involved in secured lending. The case, however, will also be of general interest in light of the Court’s consideration of the principles applicable to the construction of settlement agreements which involved the Court distinguishing the decision of the House of Lords in Bank of Credit and Commerce International v. Ali [2002] 1 AC 251.”

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11 Stone Buildings, 23rd October 2013

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Szepietowski (Nee Seery) (Appellant) v The National Crime Agency (Respondent) – Supreme Court

Szepietowski (Nee Seery) (Appellant) v The National Crime Agency (Respondent) [2013] UKSC 65 | UKSC 2011/0196 (YouTube)

Supreme Court, 23rd October 2013

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Home Office launch National Crime Agency – just a rebrand? – Halsbury’s Law Exchange

Posted October 11th, 2013 in national crime agency, news by sally

“The NCA began its work this week, just over two years after it was announced. Taking over from SOCA – the Serious Organised Crime Agency – it is the latest incarnation of the body responsible for tackling ‘serious, organised crime’.”

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Halsbury’s Law Exchange, 9th October 2013

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Q&A: National Crime Agency – BBC News

“The UK has launched a new National Crime Agency. What is it and what does it do?”

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BBC News, 6th October 2013

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Fighting economic crime in the modern world – Attorney General’s Office

“Solicitor General makes the opening speech of the 31st Cambridge International Symposium on Economic Crime Originally given at Cambridge.”

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Attorney General’s Office, 2nd September 2013

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Crime and Courts Act 2013 – legislation.gov.uk

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Attorney General: current Government policy on economic crime – Attorney General’s Office

Posted October 6th, 2011 in attorney general, bribery, fraud, national crime agency, speeches by sally

Attorney General: current Government policy on economic crime

Speech by Attorney General Dominic Grieve QC MP

Attorney General’s Office, 5th September 2011

Source: www.attorneygeneral.gov.uk

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New strategy to strike at the heart of organised crime – Home Office

Posted July 29th, 2011 in crime, drug trafficking, fraud, national crime agency, press releases by tracey

“The government is today launching a strategy to crack down on serious and organised criminals. Profiling organised criminals, disrupting the finances of criminal networks and establishing a new organised crime co-ordination centre are among the range of actions set out in the new strategy, announced by Home Office minister James Brokenshire today.”

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Home Office, 28th July 2011

Source: www.homeoffice.gov.uk

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Government plans ‘tougher approach to organised crime’ – The Independent

“The Government today promised a ‘much tougher approach to organised crime’ as it outlined a new strategy to tackle drug gangs and fraudsters.”

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The Independent, 28th July 2011

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New national crime agency launched – Home Office

Posted June 9th, 2011 in crime prevention, national crime agency, press releases by tracey

“A powerful new national crime agency will lead the UK’s fight against serious and organised crime, strengthen policing at the border and make sure local police are linked up to work nationally and overseas, the Home Secretary said today.”

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Home Office, 8th June 2011

Source: www.homeoffice.gov.uk

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Child protection takes lead role in national crime agency – Home Office

Posted May 10th, 2011 in child abuse, children, crime prevention, national crime agency, news by sally

“The UK’s ability to protect children from harm will be further strengthened when the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) becomes part of the National Crime Agency (NCA) the government announced today, emphasising its commitment to safeguarding children.”

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Home Office, 9th May 2011

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