Nominations for the inaugural Tackling Economic Crime Awards (TECAs) are set to close on Thursday 1 August. With the deadline now fast approaching, those professionals and organisations involved in tackling any area of economic crime are being encouraged to put forward their submissions.
These high-status awards will be bestowed on an annual basis to companies and individuals working in the public, private and third sectors. Nominations for the 2019 awards are invited in the following categories: Outstanding Policing Initiative, Outstanding Partnership, Outstanding Manager or Director, Outstanding Team, Outstanding Customer Service Initiative, Outstanding New Product, Outstanding Training Initiative, Outstanding Investigator, Outstanding Young Professional, Outstanding Cyber Company, Outstanding Male Professional, Outstanding Female Professional, Outstanding Prevention Initiative, Outstanding Consultant and the Lifetime Achievement Award.
Judging of the awards will take place throughout August. Those who are selected as finalists will then progress through to the next phase, with the winners due to be announced at a prestigious awards dinner taking place on Monday 9 December at the Sheraton Grand Hotel, Park Lane, London.
“The awards themselves aim to recognise the outstanding achievements of those involved in all areas of economic crime,” commented Professor Martin Gill CSyP FSyI, founder of the TECAs. “Those who make commendable and limitless contributions in driving out such crime as corporate espionage, fraud, money laundering, bribery and corruption deserve to be recognised.”
The 2019 Tackling Economic Crime Awards are sponsored by fraud technology provider Altia-ABM.
*Nominations for the 2019 awards can be made by filling out the online application form at: https://thetecas.com/enter/